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- Song Name: Stubborn Love
- Artist Name / Band Name: The Lumineers
- Produced By: Ryan Hadlock
- Album Name: The Lumineers
- Release Date: April 3, 2011
- Genre: Folk Rock, Rock
- Record Label: Dualtone Records
- Written By: Jeremiah Fraites & Wesley Schultz
- Performance: Peaked at No.
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The Lumineers – Stubborn Love Review
Colorado-based folk rock band The Lumineers continues to shine. Fresh from the success of their single ‘Hey Ho,’ the trio is back with the second single off their maiden album ‘The Lumineers.’ ‘Stubborn Love’ is definitely a good follow up to their first smash hit. The song has a distinct multipurpose icepick melody.
Critics think that it could possibly drill itself to catch attention of producers for TV shows, car commercials, music video countdowns, and even VH1. It could be a new candidate for the next soundtrack of your summer fling.
The track is syrup-thick as it comes with love battle march that appeals to music fans. It features war drums, unique dynamism, and broad swaths of cello. Without a doubt, it has the right elements that make it better engrained in musical DNAs.
The Lumineers is at the peak of its career. The group has patiently waited for about a decade now just to get this break. And boy, now they are reaping the rewards of perseverance. With the brand of music the group has, it does not surprise that the trio is expected to last long in the industry. Longevity is assured if it would come with more songs like this.