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Pumarosa

Pumarosa

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1
Priestess
Dan Carey; Alexis Smith; John Dent; Isabel Munoz-Newsome; James Neville; Henry Brown; John Tomoya Forster; Nicholas Owen
7:28
2
Honey
Dan Carey; Alexis Smith; John Dent; Isabel Munoz-Newsome; James Neville; Henry Brown; John Tomoya Forster; Nicholas Owen
5:00
3
Cecile
Dan Carey; Alexis Smith; John Dent; Isabel Munoz-Newsome; James Neville; Henry Brown; John Tomoya Forster; Nicholas Owen
4:14
4
Sinking Heart
Rick Baxendale; John Tomoya Forster; John Dent; Isabel Munoz-Newsome; James Neville; Henry Brown; Nicholas Owen
3:37
Total Playing Time    20:19
This four song EP from London indie rockers Pumarosa comprises three singles issued individually on 12-inch vinyl in late 2016, along with the unreleased track Sinking Heart. Pumarosa's music, described as "industrial spiritual," brings together the brooding, heavier songwriting of PJ Harvey or Patti Smith with the groove-led and nocturnal electronics of Cocteau Twins or The Knife.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Fiction Records Studio Masters

Track 4 – 48 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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