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Returning We Hear the Larks was the Progressive Metal solo project of Jack Noble, a student from Bristol, UK from 2006 to 2013. The name is taken from the poem by Isaac Rosenberg.

Noble began writing and recording music in 2005 with his younger brother George. He soon began experimenting with his own music and releasing it online under his own name. He released a short debut album in the spring of 2006 entitled Asphyxiation, which… read more

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  • Avatar for Sanity_Theorist
    Far-Stepper/Of Wide Sea has possibly the best bass playing of every djent album ever...really hope Jak returns to prog metal, he's too talented for hip hop (and I say that as a slight hip hop fan, it can't be composed more technically than Flobots.)
  • Avatar for deftonero29
    Excellent
  • Avatar for funkmetalDK
    This is soooo good. Best discovery of he year for me :)
  • Avatar for Aleks72rus
    The Doctrine always in my head, bro
  • Avatar for AtmosphericPhil
    Langemark is still your best release.
  • Avatar for wickedmonk13
    Fucking love your djams bro!
  • Avatar for BestNameIThotOf
    New album is one of the best albums I've ever heard
  • Avatar for wickedmonk13
    Every fucking track you've put out is so dank-o-licious man! Far-Stepper is a gdamn masterpiece of work Ja'k. Mother fucking epic album. The content of album is unique, deep, sad. Poor Medusa. Spite and revenge are so tragic. Keep writing sir Ja'k, you're a musical genius. The Morgan Family loves you bro.
  • Avatar for ProgMetalFan
    Really digging Far-Stepper. Need to check out the other albums...
  • Avatar for aldrignedigen
    @JakIsDead, Yes, I am aware, but I didn't like it either. I expected songs like Callisto, Io, Remus Lupin. Bathilda Bagshot etc. I find them refined and captivating, especially comparing to songs of those prog met/djent bands and one-man projects who are in abundance for the time being

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