Category: Alternative


  1. Gardagrel
    Buy CD: Sound of the Sirens - For All Our Sins (Music CD) from kenwyzadiburphezaconzaczcilpercma.xyzinfo Track Listings Disc: 1 1. Smokescreen 2. Mr Wilson 3. Together Alone 4. Grow 5. Chaos 6. In This Time.
  2. Yozshugore
    For All Our Sins, an album by Sound of The Sirens on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  3. Tot
    'Sound Of The Sirens' are a foot stomping, tear jerking, crowd engaging female folk/rock duo whose strengths lie in their passion, conviction and chemistry.
  4. Moogushakar
    May 09,  · For All Our Sins is the engaging and upbeat debut album from female acoustic-pop duo Sounds of the Sirens. Album opener ‘ Smokescreen ’ is a captivating track that grabs the listener’s attention from the get go, before leading into the soft acoustic sounds of ‘ Mr Wilson ’.
  5. Nakus
    Mar 31,  · Smokescreen OUT NOW taken from the new album 'For All Our Sins' You can order your signed copy of the album on CD or Vinyl from kenwyzadiburphezaconzaczcilpercma.xyzinfo Amazo.
  6. Talrajas
    Exeter-based duo Abbe Martin and Hannah Wood dovetail beautifully on their debut album, For All Our Sins, a beguiling acoustic pop collection replete with lyrical sensibility on tracks like the first single, ‘Smokescreen’ (“Living beyond the darkness others create for us, and growing into something positive”), ‘The Circus’ (“When everyone wants something from you, who can you trust?”) and ‘Mr Wilson.
  7. Mizragore
    Sound of the Sirens - For All Our Sins: Release Date: 26 th May Well, here we are. A long, long time ago (in this galaxy) a relationship between this humble blog and Exeter duo Sound of the Sirens began and, long story short, here they are releasing their debut album, going on a UK headline tour and basically realising all their potential.
  8. Shajar
    May 31,  · Sound of the Sirens “For All Our Sins” (Independent, ) The press release for the debut album from Exeter-based duo Sound of the Sirens paints a rather misleading picture of an (incredibly English) take on Americana. To suggest there is any parallel to be drawn between Sound of the Sirens and The Everly Brothers, George Jones or Tammy.

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