The Fleeting Ends | Our Eyes Are Peeled

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Our Eyes Are Peeled

by The Fleeting Ends

A familiar, yet refreshing indie pop-rock sound.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Little People
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2. Elaine (Until Now)
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3. I'm Like That
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4. Operator
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5. Poor Gloria
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6. Sing, Groupie
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7. Floored
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8. Critics
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9. I Feel Cursed
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10. Have I Gone Green?
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11. Speak in Morse Code
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Matt Vantine: Vocals, Guitars, Piano, Keys, Mandolin
Matt Amadio: Vocals. Drums, Percussion, Keys
Russell Langley: Bass

Produced and Recorded by Tommy Joyner
Recorded at: MilkBoy the Studio, Philadelphia, PA, 2012
Assistant Engineers: Joe Gallagher, Joel Metzler, Cody Cichowski
Assisted by: Karl Petersen, Matt Wong, Justin Miller, Tyler McClure

String Arrangements: Larry Gold
Violin: Emma Kummrow, Luigi Mazzochi
Viola: Jonathan Kim
Cello: Larry Gold

Additional Keys: Tommy Joyner
Mastered by: Jeff Chestek
All Songs by: Vantine/Amadio

Published by Pint Publishing ASCAP


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