Returning We Hear the Larks

Returning We Hear the Larks is the progressive metal solo project of Jack Noble, a student from Bristol, UK. The name is taken from the poem by war poet Isaac Rosenberg.
The project gained attention as part of the early djent scene of the 2010s, as well as through promotion on prominent metal blogs and websites such as got-djent.com and MetalSucks. Notable American metal magazine Decibel also featured reviews of releases by the project.
Under this name, Noble has released a considerable amount of material, comprising two full-length albums, six extended plays and four compilation albums.
After announcing in 2013 that Far-Stepper/Of Wide Sea would be the final Returning We Hear the Larks album, Noble took to the project's Facebook page in 2016 to reveal that a third album is yet to come.

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AlphaAlpha: The Ypres Months (Amended Edition)3:39
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Anton Chigurh is Well BadAlpha: The Ypres Months (Amended Edition)1:24
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This Mangled Rotting World...Alpha: The Ypres Months (Amended Edition)2:54
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ConquestProud England5:00
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I: To Foreign SoilYpres8:47
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In DesperationLarks3:51
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300Scattered Fragments of a Past Forgotten: Old Songs Reborn5:58
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Prologue: Stheno; Slain by Hand of GodsLarks9:07
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V: Returning, We Hear the Larks, pt. 1: A Daemon in the Hearts of ManYpres16:07
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EuropaLarks4:05
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