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Eight Bells

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Studio Album, released in 2016

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Hating (06:48)
2. Landless (12:46)
3. Hold My Breath (08:06)
4. The Mortal's Suite (03:13)
5. Touch Me (08:45)

Total Time 40:16

Line-up / Musicians

- Melynda Jackson/Guitars and vocals
- Haley Westeiner/Bass and vocals
- Rae Amitay/Drums
- Chris Van Huffel/Additional Percussion

Releases information

released February 12, 2016

Recorded Fall of 2015 at The Hallowed Halls in Portland Oregon.
Engine- Eared by Billy Anderson
Produced by Billy Anderson and Eight Bells

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