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Studio Album, released in 2021

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Aura
2. Streets
3. Take Me
4. Mountains
5. Move as One
6. Truth
7. Fade to Grey
8. Promise
9. Home
10. Oh Lala

Line-up / Musicians

- Dave Cureton / guitars, bass, vocals
- Rosanna Lefevre / vocals
- Adam Gough / piano, keys, stringed arrangements
- Ami Oprenova - violin
- Luke Shingler / flute and saxophone
- Tim Wilson / drums and percussion
- Christian Nokes / bass
- Steve Trigg / trumpet

Releases information

acoustic album of reworked tracks and a few new songs

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