Who's Feeling Young Now?

Who's Feeling Young Now? is the third album by Punch Brothers. The album was released February 14, 2012. It has been described as "remarkably close to the indie-rock sounds of today" for a bluegrass album.[1] The album is considered more accessible than the band's previous work, based on a decision not to over-complicate the music: "instead of adding parts, you’re reinforcing existing parts."[2]

Who's Feeling Young Now?
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Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 14, 2012
GenreProgressive bluegrass
LabelNonesuch Records
ProducerJacquire King
Punch Brothers chronology
Who's Feeling Young Now?
The Phosphorescent Blues

"Movement and Location", a song written by Chris Thile, a long time baseball fan of the Chicago Cubs, was inspired by former Cubs pitcher Greg Maddux's obsession over the movement and location of his pitches. [3]

Track listingEdit

All tracks are written by Punch Brothers except where noted.

1."Movement and Location"4:05
2."This Girl"3:35
3."No Concern of Yours"4:08
4."Who's Feeling Young Now?"4:09
6."Flippen" (Väsen)4:25
7."Patchwork Girlfriend"3:48
8."Hundred Dollars" (Punch Brothers / Josh Ritter)4:47
9."Soon or Never"4:45
10."New York City" (Punch Brothers / Josh Ritter)3:47
11."Kid A" (Radiohead)4:53
12."Don't Get Married Without Me"4:12

Bonus Tracks (vinyl only)Edit

1."Roses Blooming In The Dark"3:35
3."Knock Me Down"2:57
4."Shh, Just Let Me Do This"1:33