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b r u i s e s

by SMDGE.

Intimate, Soaring, Widescreen Indie.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Inertia
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2. We're In Trouble
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3. Blacks + Greys
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4. (I Will) Make it O.K.
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5. The Whisper
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6. Mistake
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7. Living Dead (Seeing Ghosts)
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8. Kissing By The Moon
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9. . . . . . .
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10. My Insomnia
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11. beneath a roof of strs.
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Debut Album.


Taking in comparisons with a wide palate of artists such as the likes of ‘The Doves’, ‘Athlete’, ‘Muse’, ‘Damien Rice’, ‘Snow Patrol’, & of course ‘Coldplay’, the debut houses a selection of tunes etched with artistic elegance as aching strings lift into shuddering piano-led indie anthems, & tempered guitar-lines ring out through sifting fields of shimmering ballads. Resolving with a home-drawn number of in-your-ear intimacy, this is an album not to be missed, & is surely the evidence of great things to come.


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