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Epic45 - In All The Empty Houses (2009)

1. We Were Never Here
2. Daylight Ghosts
3. In All the Empty Houses
4. The Future is Blinding
5. Their Voices in the Rafters
6. Ghosts on Tape


Ops, I uploaded this a few days ago and forgot to post. So here we go.

Weeks before that, I was rewatching Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (such a beautiful movie) and this CD reminded of its OST. Nice, calm, with vocals and shoegazy.

Also, you can get their EP here.

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  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    September 19, 2009 at 5:06 AM  

    These guys were the closest thing Wolverhampton got to a decent post rock band back in 1998 when they first started. An excellent band who deserve your time and money. Please buy if you like it! top