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Studio Album, released in 2019

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Yesterday's Ghosts (1:47)
2. Devil's Dance (3:36)
3. River Street (5:19)
4. Runway Markings (6:25)
5. Part Of The Show (4:46)
6. In Every Stream Home A Heartache (3:46)
7. Interlude (0:56)
8. Chocolate And Soda (9:26)
9. The Wheel (4:19)
10. Julie (3:44)
11. Signals And Signs (1:59)
12. Out Of Gas (4:15)

Total Time 50:18

Line-up / Musicians

- Philip Meloí / Guitar, Percussion
- Robert Herz / Drums, Percussion
- Benno Herz / Bass, Vocals
- Max Schneider / Keyboards

Releases information

Clouds Hill

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