Signs In The Leaves - Azure Ray - Drawing Down The Moon (File, Album, MP3)

Download Signs In The Leaves - Azure Ray - Drawing Down The Moon (File, Album, MP3)
Label: Saddle Creek - LBJ-147 • Format: 13x, File Album, MP3 • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock, Ethereal


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  • Faukora says:
    Drawing Down The Moon – Azure Ray: Wake Up, Sleepyhead – Azure Ray: Don't Leave My Mind – Azure Ray: In The Fog – Azure Ray: Larraine – Azure Ray: On And On Again – Azure Ray: Make Your Heart – Azure Ray: Silver Sorrow – Azure Ray: Signs In The Leaves – Azure Ray: Love And Permanence – Azure Ray: Shouldn't Have Loved/5(34).
  • Kazijas says:
    Background. On August 4th , Stereogum announced Azure Ray had reunited and premiered the first song from Drawing Down the Moon, "Don't Leave My Mind.". They later premiered the video, directed by Ryan Berg, for "Don't Leave My Mind" on September 30, , Pitchfork called said the new album, "sounds warmly familiar, a reminder of why we missed them in the first place."Genre: Dream pop.
  • Gat says:
    Sep 14,  · Drawing Down the Moon is an album released by the band Azure Ray. It was released September 14, on Saddle Creek Records, seven years since their previous album Hold On Love. Description provided by Wikipedia under Creative Commons Attribution CC-BY-SA /5(2).
  • Kazshura says:
    Drawing Down The Moon 1 – Azure Ray: Wake Up, Sleepyhead: 2 – Azure Ray: Don't Leave My Mind: 3 – Azure Ray: In The Fog: 4 – Azure Ray: Larraine: 5 – Azure Ray: On And On Again Guitar – Andy LeMaster Vocals [Additional Vocals] – Andy LeMaster: 6 – Azure Ray: Make Your Heart/5(3).
  • Vojar says:
    Drawing Down the Moon may be Azure Ray’s first album in seven years, but bandmates Maria Taylor and Orenda Fink kept themselves more than busy during their time apart. Taylor released three full-length solo albums and collaborated with Saddle Creek cohort Andy LeMaster on an EP, while Fink issued two solo discs and formed two different bands, both of whom released records of their own.8/
  • Munris says:
    Sep 23,  · Sure enough, they started playing shows again in and now have released their fourth album as Azure Ray, Drawing Down the Moon. Listening to these songs, it's like the last six years have been.
  • Akit says:
    Sep 14,  · Azure Ray’s first album in seven years sounds as if no time has elapsed. Orenda Fink and Maria Taylor harmonize like common sense. The two have spent the ensuing years recording impressive solo albums but are always so soothing when put together.
  • Tetilar says:
    A full seven years have passed since Azure Ray last released an album, but fans of their distinctive, poised melodrama can rest easy: with Drawing Down The Moon showcasing their familiar charms and flaws, it’s like they’ve never been away. The charms are obvious. Orenda Fink and Maria Taylor’s voices are as blissful as ever, conspiring to form truly wondrous melodies and harmonies.

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