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Blitzen Trapper Visit Old Memories in 'Ever Loved Once' - Song Premiere

Alt-folk crew looks back on a past relationship

Blitzen Trapper
Robbie Augspurge
July 30, 2013 9:00 AM ET

Old memories are hard to escape. On their new track "Ever Loved Once," Blitzen Trapper look back on a past relationship and failed starts to figure out if old love ever dies. The alt folk/country crew packs in plenty of airy pedal steel guitar touches, yearning harmonica and rambling banjo plucks as they contemplate small-town romance.

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"Ever Loved Once" will be on Blitzen Trapper's next album, VII, out October 1st.

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