Centering around bright banjo and brush-played drums, “False Spring” begins with a gradual, uplifting crescendo which gives way to an energetic refrain full of character. These two progressions then repeat, ultimately finishing with a triumphant arrangement featuring trumpet.

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Driven by an easygoing picking pattern, “Now the Work Begins” offers a joyous, bustling arrangement of acoustic instruments. Use this track to give your project an uplifting vibe.

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A simple song comprised only of acoustic guitar and melodeon, “The Fading Light” drifts gently with a modest fingerpicking pattern. Try using this track to suggest closure or finality in your project.

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An honest acoustic guitar melody forms the foundation of “Days Gone By,” a nostalgic, upbeat tune. As the song progresses, other organic instruments — including banjo, accordion, strings, and more — join the mix to create a rich, yet down-to-earth arrangement.

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“Warm Nights, City Lights” features a spirited mix of acoustic instruments, including guitar, drums, and harmonica. Use it to give your project a cordial, down-to-earth sound reminiscent of summer nights on the town.

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Beginning with a moody scale performed on an acoustic guitar, “Fenced In” grows gradually with synth bass, banjo, and an electronic beat before transitioning into a brighter, more uplifting arrangement. This repeats before the song closes on a darker note with rapid banjo fingerpicking and aggressive guitar strumming. This song is a seamless loop.

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With a brooding beginning and an exultant ending, “Crucible” is a a little capricious. Acoustic guitar guides the melody, while other folky instruments — including harmonica, tack piano, and hand percussion — round out the song. This track would be well-suited for a transformative scene in your project.

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Featuring crisp acoustic instruments, “Vernal” consists of two distinct arrangements — one fast and jubilant, the other slow and contemplative. Use its organic vibes to bring life to your project.

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“Darkest Before Dawn” begins with a slow, lonely mix of acoustic guitar, slide guitar, and harmonica. But then it transforms into a bright, upbeat folk arrangement featuring banjo, hand percussion, drums, and more. Could be useful if you’re trying to juxtapose two scenes with a single song.

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