Loss and Remembrance 

North Carolina's Lost in the Trees navigate tricky emotional territory.

Albums about lost loved ones, whether it's the Arcade Fire grandiloquently mourning their grandparents on Funeral or Michael Stipe somberly eulogizing his parents on R.E.M.'s Automatic for the People, all possess a contradiction at their core. On the one hand, death is…

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