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Who Can See Forever Soundtrack
  1. The Trapeze Swinger
  2. Boy with a Coin
  3. Woman King
  4. Thomas County Law
  5. House by the Sea
  6. About a Bruise
  7. Sodom, South Georgia
  8. Last Night
  9. Monkeys Uptown
  10. Wolves (Song of the Shepherd's Dog)
  11. Grace for Saints and Ramblers
  12. Dearest Forsaken
  13. Glad Man Singing
  14. On Your Wings
  15. Passing Afternoon
  16. Pagan Angel and a Borrowed Car
  17. Naked as We Came
  18. Call Your Boys
  19. Muddy Hymnal

Iron & Wine

Who Can See Forever Soundtrack

Sub Pop Records
  • Loser Edition Transparent Yellow 2LP

    Released: 17th Nov 2023

  • CD

    Released: 17th Nov 2023


As powerful, raw, and engaging as Sam Beam (your man made of Iron & Wine) gets - this is a majestic document of the all-singing, all-songwriting troubadour at the height of his powers.

Iron & Wine’s 'Who Can See Forever' is an accompanying live record to the film of the same name. Captured at Haw River Ballroom in Saxapahaw, North Carolina, the soundtrack features nineteen songs from the twenty plus year career of singer-songwriter Sam Beam. Having found inventive ways to re-invent his catalog live over the years, Who Can See Forever offers new and fresh versions of Iron & Wine songs including “The Trapeze Swinger”, “Boy With a Coin” and “Naked As We Came.” The film - initially intended as a live concert film - evolved into a visual portrait capturing Beam during a creative outburst that earned him four Grammy nominations in four years. Like his music, the film touches on universally personal themes as Beam juggles being an artist, husband and father. Taken as one, the soundtrack and film are a fascinating first-time glimpse behind-the-scenes of Iron & Wine.