THE NATIONAL

“If you need an introduction, the National are America’s Radiohead. They are unabashedly cerebral: brilliant composers and classically trained musicians slumming it in a guitar band.” is how The Guardian describes The Cincinnati band. A band made up of two pairs of brothers that achieved maturity on its fourth album, when its members were over 30 years old and would seem to be the formula for failure. It was just the opposite. Mat Berninger, the Devendorf brothers and the Dessner twins have become the melancholic consciousness of indie. The National (2001), Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers (2003) and Alligator (2005) were albums in formation, all shined in the shadows until the jewel of the last decade titled Boxer (2007) appeared. Henceforth The National would take its place in the indie’s contemporary pantheon, expand its influence on pop culture with collaborations for Game of Thrones, a historical meta musical documentary, contributing to classical music and the festival industry.

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