Son of the Dharma

by Aloud

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Brandon Zarzyczny Any time a new song from my favorite band Aloud is released it's a glorious day for my ears and my soul. Son of the Dharma shows the band evolving into a new sound with its roots in Classic Rock and Roll while still being fresh and original. I love the blaring guitars and the beautiful leading vocals from Jen along with the excellent backing vocals from Henry. I know I'll be listening to SotD on repeat and the b-side Last of the Evergreens is a great acoustic accompaniment to the single. Favorite track: Son of the Dharma.
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released November 2, 2018

"Son of the Dharma" and "Last of the Evergreens"
Written by Jen de la Osa & Henry Beguiristain

Produced by Aloud & Hugh Wyman
Recorded at Henley Row in Stoneham, Massachusetts ("Son of the Dharma") and Los Angeles, California ("Last of the Evergreens")

Jen de la Osa: lead vocal, guitars
Henry Beguiristain: lead vocal, guitars
Charles Murphy: bass, backing vocal
with Chuck Ferreira: drums, percussion

Additional musicians
Maxwell Butler: organ

Mixed by Charles Murphy
Mastered by Tom Rogers
Engineered by Hugh Wyman and Charles Murphy
Additional engineering: Dan Nicklin

Very special thanks to the one and only Dan Nicklin, our man from Liverpool Chris Jago, and Charles Newman.

© 2018 DTTR Music Publishing/Pedro Pan Publishing (BMI)
℗ 2018 Aloud

🍋 A Lemon Merchant release / DTTR010


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Aloud Los Angeles, California

Great music has something it's almost impossible to capture: soul. Henry Beguiristain and Jen de la Osa have been the soul of Aloud since they were teenagers in Miami. A shared passion for rock classics like The Beatles, Oasis, Aretha Franklin, and Otis Redding led the pair to start writing and recording their own songs. The two pursued making music, fell in love, eventually marrying. ... more

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Track Name: Son of the Dharma
Angel, glowing in a second-hand suit and tie
Halo, deadbeat poet trying to find a rhyme
I know you fill your diary
left and right with your history
All you drink is sweet wine
every Saturday night

You make living
almost seem divine

Genius, you and everybody that you’re running with
C’mon witness, a modern day saint or Billy the Kid
Naked as on the day
You were born to die in vain
Always ready for a fight
Or the occasional Buddhist rite

You make living
almost seem divine

Well, I can tell you won’t be long for this
You keep on searching for eternal bliss
in every funeral home
where the buffalo roam
Every barroom floor
is an eternal door
to what you looking for
What you looking for
What are you looking for?

You make living
almost seem divine

Every day the carnival ride
Every night the final time
It seems exhausting baby
When do you sleep?
Track Name: Last of the Evergreens
There's a saying I once heard
about moments like this…
Photographs replaced the paintings
and all our memories
And the New York writers grieve
They all seem to concede

We're the last of the evergreens

We shut down all the billboards
advertising love and truth
while they drained the concealer
from the fountains of our youth
And a retrospective film
warned us of our present ills

We're the last of the evergreens

They can burn down all the trees
We'll continue planting seeds

We're the last of the evergreens
We're the last of the evergreens