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Studio Album, released in 2020

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. On How the Thorny Orbs Got Here (8:18)
2. 'Chirik' Is Heard from the Treetops (6:43)
3. Flicked the Ash in Kefir (6:54)
4. Hogweed Is Done with Buckwheat (5:07)
5. Burning Bush and Apple Saucer (6:15)
6. Inwards Opened the Floor (6:08)
7. Forgot What Was Important (7:27)

Total Time 46:52

Line-up / Musicians

- Gosha Hniu / objects, toys, percussion, cries & whispers, marching band kazoo
- Ran Nahmias / silent cello, theremin
- Maya Pik / synths, melodica, rocking chair, flute
- Grundik Kasyansky / feedback synthesizer, objects
- Amos Ungar / dulcimer, sampler
- Tom Wheatley / double bass
- Lior Lerman / cries & whispers
- Maria Blatstein / piano
- Andrea Serafino / drums
- Yoni Silver / bass clarinet
- Jonathan Shohet / radio interference
- Matthias Moos / radio interference

Releases information

Raash records

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