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Great Album

I really like their sound, it takes be back to the Indi label stuff of the 90s. It sounds like Dead Can Dance a little, and This Mortal Coil, with a more upbeat sound.

My only complaint is that tracks 5 and 6 are identical… is that a mistake? If so, how do I get the actual track 6?

Behold, a different sound!

waiting for this since hearing it on NPR's first listen series. Surprises and delights. I See I Say and the Smiths cover are the two stand out tracks for me at the moment but I am sure this will change with repeated listens.

But please iTunes, fix the issue with track 6, it's track 5 repeated!!!!


Looks like the track issue has been corrected on this fantastic album!


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Influenced by the Tom Tom Club, Gang of Four, and Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, soap opera actress turned genre-hopping pop star Ebony Bones was never likely to follow the same musical path as Neighbours' Kylie Minogue or EastEnders' Martine McCutcheon. Born Ebony Thomas, her career began when she was spotted by the artistic director of the Shakespeare Globe Theatre, who cast her in a production of Macbeth. In 1998, she landed the part of Yasmin McHugh on Channel 5 soap Family Affairs, a role she continued...
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