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Turning Rocks

Turning Rocks

Artist: Thus Owls

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Digital Album: $9.99
Turning Rocks
Turning Rocks

Artist: Thus Owls
MP3
1. As Long As We Try A Little
$1.29
2. How, In My Bones
$1.29
3. Bloody War
$1.29
4. A Windful of Screams
$1.29
5. Ropes
$1.29
6. Turning Rocks
$1.29
7. Smoke Like Birds
$1.29
8. White Flags Down
$1.29
9. Could I But Dream That Dream Once More
$1.29
10. Thief
$1.29

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Umgd/Secret City
Rel. Date: 04/08/2014
UPC: 680341340029

More Info:

Thus Owls are Montreal-based band comprised of husband and wife duo Simon and Erika Angell. Turning Rocks is inspired by Erika's long family history on the island of Orust in Sweden, from the home they've occupied for generations, to local legends, with each song representing a different story, or relationship. Originally an outlet for Erika's songwriting, Thus Owls took its current form after she met Simon while the two were on tour in Europe each playing in different bands. Following a wedding and some time in Sweden, they returned to Simon's native Montreal, where Turning Rocks was recorded.

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