Demetra Delia | Between the Seas

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Between the Seas

by Demetra Delia

Acoustic ukelele, guitar, piano, and vocals. Songs of longing and mystery; intertwining harmonies, beautiful vocals. Singing secrets along the roadside and by the sea.
Genre: Folk: Psych-folk
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1. Queen of Leaving
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2. Still That Sea
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3. Silence
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4. Even the Crows Are Quiet
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5. On Fire
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6. Even You
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7. In the End
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8. August Lost
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Waking up in that early grey light just before day, secret radio still playing in dream ears. Catching melodies on strings, humming them awake and alive in this too-bright world.

Demetra Delia has always written songs; now you can listen to them. She has sung on San Francisco stages including The Independent, Amnesia, Great American Music Hall, Palace of Fine Arts, and the Make-Out Room; she performs with friends and in musical projects of all kinds, from experimental rock trios, acoustic jazz, and most recently with alt-choir Conspiracy of Venus.


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