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Many Waters

by theSurrendering

Eclectic, enchanting, romantic and honest. A fusion of folk, Americana, bluegrass, rock and worship.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Ghosts Behind Me
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2. Lonely City
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3. Break Me Down
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4. Innocent August
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5. Lion and the King
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6. Juniper
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7. My Dwelling Place
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8. Prison Fire
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9. Many Waters
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10. Let Us Be Lovers
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Taking the stage as an acoustic rock duo in early 2009, then newlyweds, Joe and Rebecca Congleton, soon found their captivating blend of soulful, worshipful, sometimes gritty, rhythmic-rock, struck a chord with audiences throughout the Midwest and beyond. Recently, returning to their roots as an organic, acoustic duo, after spending two years as a full rock band, theSurrendering has perfected their signature style, fearlessly blending rock, folk, bluegrass and Americana elements into haunting melodies with gripping lyrical honesty.


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