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Silverstein - This Is How The Wind Shifts Full Album

  • Performer: Silverstein
  • Genre: Rock / Pop
  • Title: This Is How The Wind Shifts
  • Released: 08 Feb 2013
  • Style: Hardcore, Emo, Punk, Alternative Rock
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • Catalog: 5310563862
  • Country: Australia
  • MP3 version size: 1850 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2550 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 676


1In A Place Of Solace3:13
3To Live And To Lose3:59
4With Second Chances3:43
5On Brave Mountain We Conquer2:36
7This Is How1:23
8One Last Dance (Acoustic Version)1:36
9Hide Your Secrets3:58
10A Better Place3:08
11 Side A
12 Additional Bonus Tracks
14The Wind Shifts1:21
15In Silent We Drown3:30
17 Side B
18Stand Amid The Roar3:05
19Massachusetts (Acoustic Version)2:35
20Departures (Acoustic Version)2:22


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
HR764-2Silverstein This Is How The Wind Shifts ‎(CD, Album)Hopeless RecordsHR764-2US2013
HR764-2Silverstein This Is How The Wind Shifts ‎(6x7", Gra + 7", S/Sided, Whi + 7", S/Sided, Bla + )Hopeless RecordsHR764-2US2013
4400316781Silverstein This Is How The Wind Shifts ‎(CD, Album)Universal Music Canada Inc.4400316781Canada2013
HR764-1Silverstein This Is How The Wind Shifts ‎(LP, Album, TP)Hopeless RecordsHR764-1US2013
HR764-1Silverstein This Is How The Wind Shifts ‎(LP, Album, RP, Blu)Hopeless RecordsHR764-1US2016


  • Backing VocalsSilverstein
  • Bass GuitarBilly Hamilton
  • DrumsPaul Koehler
  • EngineerJordan Valeriote
  • GuitarJosh Bradford , Paul-Marc Rousseau, Shane Told
  • IllustrationMartin Wittfooth
  • LayoutMike Ski
  • Lead VocalsPaul-Marc Rousseau (tracks: 7), Shane Told (tracks: 1 to 6, 8 to 17)
  • Mastered ByTroy Glessner
  • Mixed ByJordan Valeriote
  • ProducerJordan Valeriote


This is the first Silverstein album not to feature, Neil Boshart on guitar and the first to feature Paul Marc Rousseau.


  • Barcode: 9340650015094


This Is How the Wind Shifts is the seventh studio album by Canadian post-hardcore band Silverstein, released on February 5, 2013 through Hopeless Records. It is the first album to not feature long time lead guitarist Neil Boshart and first to include Paul Marc Rousseau as an official member, taking over lead guitar duties. Silverstein announced they had signed with Hopeless on November 15, 2010. Vocalist Shane Told said the band have been huge fans of the label since their inception. I do not own the songs or the cover shown in the video. It belongs to Silverstein Hopeless Records. Stand Amid the Roar: 00:00 On Brave Mountains Is How The Wind Shifts - Silverstein. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Текст песни: The wind shifts by itself Reminding us where weve been We kick and scream and raise hell Til were too tired to stand. This Is How the Wind Shifts: Addendum. Исполнитель: Silverstein. 2013 post-hardcore. Чтобы добавлять треки в плейлисты, нужно авторизоваться. Silverstein deliver a fatalistic concept album on This Is How the Wind Shifts, their sixth album and first without longtime guitarist Neil Boshart. Essentially two sets of seven songs, the album explores the way little changes can alter events, telling one story in the first half of the album and then altering it in an analogous track in the latter portion, playing out like a post-hardcore retelling of the film Sliding Doors. The album works both musically and conceptually, offering up a collection of high-energy songs with a narrative that fans will be eager to dive into, and also showing tha. Silverstein have always managed to write more inspirational lyrics than their peers and This is How The Wind Shifts is no exception. Not unlike their other releases, theyve saved the most poignant tracks for the end of the release in the form of To Live and To Lose and With Second Chances. On the surface This is How The Wind Shifts can easily be mistaken for just another Silverstein album but this assumption couldnt be further from the truth. On The contrary, their seventh album marks a triumphant return for the band as it contains some of the most impressive songs they have released in years. Songs in album Silverstein - This Is How The Wind Shifts 2013. Silverstein - Stand Amid The Roar. Silverstein - On Brave Mountains We Conquer. Silverstein - The Wind Shifts. Silverstein - To Live And To Lose. Silverstein - I Will Illuminate 03:45, 320Kbs. Silverstein - This Is How the Wind Shifts 01:21, 320Kbs. Silverstein - Arrivals Voice Note 01:12, 320Kbs. Silverstein - Departures Acoustic 02:21, 320Kbs. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Most important - you can download the album This Is How the Wind Shifts: Addendum to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Album: This Is How the Wind Shifts: Addendum 2013. For example, Massachusetts depicts a woman fleeing an abusive relationship, while California picks up on her mindset as she starts a new life. Naturally, Silverstein match their conceptual grandiosity with a sound as uplifting as it is heavy, vacillating between crushing pop-punk With Second Chances and delicate, melancholy indie rock Arrivals. Released February 5, 2013. This Is How the Wind Shifts Tracklist. Stand Amid the Roar Lyrics. On Brave Mountains We Conquer Lyrics. This Is How the Wind Shifts is the seventh studio album by post-hardcore band Silverstein. It was released on February 5th, 2013 and is the first album recorded with lead guitarist Paul Marc Rosseau The regular version of the album features 14 songs. Each of the first seven tracks has its counterpart tracks 8-14 that either continues the story told in the first song or tells the same story from another perspective. The titles of the two songs in each pair fit together to indicate a correlation