New songs"Beyond The Grave" and "No Features" by Orouni

2018-03-02 04:09:11 UTC

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This song was specially recorded for a Twin Peaks-themed compilation, celebrating season 3 of the cult classic TV show. “Beyond The Grave” has been premiered by French blog Indie Rock Mag, which called it a “high-flying song”. The track features Emma Broughton (Bon Iver, Lisa Hannigan, This Is The Kit) on the flute and the haunting vocals of Aldwin. Its lyrics were written as an imaginary monologue given by Laura Palmer after her death.

Genre : indie

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