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From Out Of The Sky

by From Out Of The Sky

Indie rock-y-topp
Genre: Pop: Beatles-pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Wake Up!
1:55 $0.99
2. If You Were Wondering...
3:38 $0.99
3. The Hard Way
4:29 $0.99
4. Murderer's Cabin
3:50 $0.99
5. The Same One
1:29 $0.99
6. The Careful Life
2:28 $0.99
7. Mbv
3:19 $0.99
8. Nobody Cares
3:21 $0.99
9. Words Not Spoken
4:53 $0.99
10. Light of Dawn
2:01 $0.99
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Album Notes
From out of the sky, and into your head
circling sounds awaken the
dream that sleeps in your bed

do you despise the careful life
is the hard way the way you'd like?
This could be rock.

Sometimes I needed anyone
except the same one
and no one was going to tell me otherwise
but everyone does anyhow.

But words aren't spoken, they're thrown
first ones see the light of dawn
and we won't care
if nobody cares what we were wondering



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Maria Carter, Gainesville band redboy

best I've heard this year
The Garden State soundtrack only did one thing wrong - they forgot to include From Out of The Sky. This music is practically perfect.

James Christie

Great Album!
You can't go wrong buying From Out of the Sky. A near perfect album with five great songs.

Paul Zimmerman First Coast News

Local Band Emerges From Out of the Sky
Local musician Chris Estes has been playing some of the best music in

Jacksonville for nearly three years. His first band, the Quiet Ninja’s, were

an excellent indie pop outfit that released two fantastic records several

years ago. As if that were not enough Chris would do the occasional

acoustic gig at the old Imperial and would play a host of covers that hinged

on being better than the originals! His versions of Magnetic Field’s songs

would make Stephen Merritt jealous.

As of late, Chris has not only been perfecting studio techniques during his

day job, but ha also been putting together another fantastic band, From Out

of the Sky. The four piece band is a brilliant combination of folk, west

coast pop, strings, indie rock, and a lot of heart.

If the band’s self released debut is any indication of what this band is

capable of watch out. From Out of the Sky is among the most genuinely

enjoyable records I’ve heard this year.

Every song on From Out of the Sky bristles with a purity and honesty that

is so rare these days. From the album’s opener and statement of intent,

“Wake Up,” through the distorted sun drenched multi-harmonics of,

“MBV,” to the final note of “Light of Dawn,” one can’t help but think

From Out of the Sky are on to something much bigger than the confines of


From Out of the Sky possesses all the elements that make bands like the

Shins, the Beach Boys, and My Bloody Valentine brilliant. Brian Wilson-ish

harmonies check. Quirky catchy folktronica beats, check! Brilliantly written

heart felt songs that tug at your soul, check. From Out of the Sky is a first

class effort that while looking back clearly has its eyes set on moving things


honey wheeler

The winsome love child of Brian Wilson and Lindsey Buckingham
The best kind of music is the kind you can get lost in and From Out of the Sky provide just that kind of blissful labyrinthe. Rich harmonies and hooks as big as the sky abound. This is the winsome love child of Brian Wilson and Lindsey Buckingham and that final track could be from the best film Wes Anderson never made.