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Swift and inventive, Farewell Milwaukee’s sound is informed by artists from the 60s and 70s but is never beholden to them. Instead Farewell Milwaukee bend those influences into new shapes and sounds. On Can’t Please, You Can’t Please Me they work hard to make it look easy, establishing a casual country-rock majesty on the album’s very first notes.


Farewell Milwaukee have been mainstays on the Minneapolis scene since 2008, with two albums and countless live shows under their belts, but Can’t Please, You Can’t Please Me represents an enormous step forward. It’s their most confident album: the band shows fresh resourcefulness in crafting its sound, and lead singer Ben Lubeck digs deeper into his own personal life to pen songs that reveal new, often dark depths with each listen. “I’d be lying if I said this record wasn’t extremely personal to all of us,” he says.


The band chose to work with Brad Bivens (Dawes, Kings of Leon, Norah Jones), who produced their second album, When It Sinks In. Over nine days Farewell Milwaukee recorded these dozen songs live, for the most part tracking together as a full band. “It allowed us to feed off each other’s energy,” says Adam Lamoureux (keys and vocals). “There’s a lot of flex and give in our music when we play live, so that seemed like the best way to recreate that energy in the studio.” This determined work ethic and live-in-the-studio approach allowed Farewell Milwaukee to capture a certain dynamic—to nod to their heroes while never sounding like anyone but themselves.

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WHEN IT SINKS IN
CHAPTER THREE - LET ME SLEEP TONIGHT
TRUE LOVE DON’t LEAVE SCARS
CHAPTER TWO - THE NIGHT IS FALLING FOR YOU
CHAPTER ONE - WAY OUT
CAN’T PLEASE YOU, CAN’T PLEASE ME
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AUTUMN REST EASY
WHEN IT SINKS IN
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FAREWELL MILWAUKEE
WAY OUT : SECRETS & LIES
 
DOUBTFIRE SESSIONS

"Way Out" was one of the first songs that defined us as Farewell Milwaukee. While we were recording Autumn Rest Easy, we heard the playback of this track and it made us realize that we were actually a real band. 


It's only fitting then, that this song is our first major placement. You can hear it on ABC's Secrets and Lies this Sunday at 9pm CT. If you are new to the band, thanks for listening. You can watch the video for Way Out below or you can stream it on Spotify or download it on iTunes

We've recorded an EP. Check it out HERE. It’s also available for purchase at our shows.

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