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    Tamara R SullivanApr 20, 2024 at 9:30 am

    I just saw them in concert last week in NC. It was an amazing show! They talked about their dad quite a bit which I think was therapeutic for them. AJR is one of my favorite bands. Your article is beautifully written.

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    Joy HillApr 18, 2024 at 10:07 am

    Beautifully worded and such a good read! I’ve always had a soft spot for AJR when it comes to their style of music. The way they make you wanna dissect their songs, from the melodies to the words, and ingest every bit of lore behind them always leaves me wanting more. They definitely bring their emotions to the forefront! It’s always nice to know you’re not alone. This album brushes upon the struggles of finding yourself and being okay with yourself and it me me cry.

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    Sontia SoulApr 13, 2024 at 2:59 pm

    I fully agree. This album came out when I was Essen going through Hell in my life. It was soothing in the fact that I didn’t feel alone in my suffer, and it was the soundtrack to me struggling to get from the dark back into the light. There are very few albums in my life that have been this important, but I love and appreciate that they made this despite their pain.