The Peptides | I'm A Spy

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Folk: Alternative Folk Folk: Anti-Folk Moods: Mood: Dreamy
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I'm A Spy

by The Peptides

“Up for a melancholic swim, anyone? Driving at dusk?"
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Far Away From the Maddening Crowd
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2. If I Would Tell the Truth
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3:35 album only
3. I'll Show You
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3:57 album only
4. Come From Far Away
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3:55 album only
5. Everyone Was Wrong
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6. Each Day I Pray
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4:45 album only
7. I'm a Spy
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4:53 album only
8. With All Due Respect
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3:29 album only
9. I'll Leave Someday
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10. Once There Was
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11. Never Be the Same
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12. Sailor Song
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13. On Your Worst Day
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Slip on I’M A SPY, the debut release of the Canadian ensemble The PepTides. Floating confidently somewhere between folk and pop, I'M A SPY skillfully lure listeners into a haunting aural oasis of captivating melodies and lush vocals. Poignant lyrics transport listeners to terrain recognizable to anyone who grapples with human emotions and the universal human condition.


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