Emily Davis | No Real Destination

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No Real Destination

by Emily Davis

No Real Destination is the debut work of Emily Davis, 20, who has performed original music around her west Texas hometown since the age of 15. She composed and recorded all instruments and lyrics on this folky acoustic rock album.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Two Islands
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2. Haystacks
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3. Swallowed By the Bay
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4. Royal Red
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5. Marvel
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6. Morning Light
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7. Hideout
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8. You Lost This Draw
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9. Civil Attributes
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10. Public Execution
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"No Real Destination" aptly describes the wandering mood of the Emily's debut album, as she addresses the first 20 years of her life in lyrical form. The upbeat melody behind "Swallowed By The Bay" wrly masks the song's dark lyrics, which were inspired by "The Bridge," a controversial documentary about suicide on the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. "Two Island" speaks of the divisive quality of religion in personal relationships.


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