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Grant No Glory

Exit Verse

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1
Sleeping in Graceland
Exit Verse
2:54
2
Skulls Don't Sing
Exit Verse
2:52
3
This Machine
Exit Verse
3:34
4
Born To Lose
Exit Verse
3:43
5
Crowned
Exit Verse
3:28
6
City Limits
Exit Verse
4:14
7
Silver Cup
Exit Verse
3:14
8
Dead Letters
Exit Verse
5:00
9
Dirty Water
Exit Verse
3:42
Total Playing Time    32:41
"The opening track sets a precedent for the following 30 minutes, one of apologetic honesty by way of straightforward rock songs ... lyrics to the forefront. While more Midwestern than Memphian, Exit Verse channels a little bit of both. Neither the twinkle nor the twang ever really steals the show and Exit Verse is better because of it."
- Stereogum

Grant No Glory from Chicago rock trio Exit Verse is the follow-up to the band's self-titled debut, released to great acclaim in 2014. Consisting of guitarist and vocalist Geoff Farina, bassist Pete Croke and drummer Chris Dye, all experienced musicians from other respected groups, Exit Verse teased this sophomore album with the advance single Sleeping in Graceland.
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