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Studio Album, released in 2020

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Intromission (1:08)
2. Like a Diamond Bright (3:31)
3. Lady Young Ghost (2:05)
4. The Bitter Lay (5:03)
5. The More I Know (3:05)
6. How Will the Green Things Grow? (2:14)
7. Cowper's Cross (0:25)
8. Open My Eye (5:26)
9. The Bell Underground (4:08)
10. Algae City (4:03)
11. There's a Well Inside (3:20)

Total Time 34:28

Line-up / Musicians

- Craig Fortnam / voice, guitars, piano, Philicorda organ, monosynth, percussion
- James Larcombe / melodeon, dulcitone, wind organ, Philicorda organ, monosynth, piano

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