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Studio Album, released in 2016

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Noisy Days Are Over 6:27
2. Disappointed 3:04
3. But Not For You 3:48
4. I'm Glad 3:44
5. Don't You Want To Know What's Wrong? 3:17
6. How Should I Know If You've Changed? 2:56
7. Trouble At The Lights 5:33
8. They Want You To Remember 3:42
9. It's A Good Thing 4:25
10. The Morning Is Waiting 3:55
11. Indeed It Is 3:15
12. That's Close Enough For Now 3:56
13. Same Name 5:45
14. Stay Awake 4:06

Total time 58:00

Line-up / Musicians

- Peter Brewis / performer, composer & producer
- David Brewis / performer, composer & producer

- Jennie Brewis / vocals
- Liz Corney / backing vocals
- Andrew Moore / organ, piano, upright bass
- Simon Dennis / trumpet
- Ed Cross / violin
- Josephine Montgomery / violin
- Chrissie Slater viola
- Ele Leckie / cello

Note : The actual instrumentation could not be fully confirmed at this moment

Releases information

Artwork: Susie Green

CD Memphis Industries ‎- MI0387CD (2016, Europe)

LPx2 Memphis Industries ‎- MI0387LP (2016, Europe)

Digital album

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