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Weightless

Liz Longley

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1
Swing
Liz Longley
4:09
2
Weightless
Liz Longley
3:20
3
Say Anything You Want
Liz Longley
3:05
4
Rescue My Heart
Liz Longley
3:11
5
What’s The Matter
Liz Longley
3:22
6
You Haunt Me
Liz Longley
2:58
7
Never Really Mine
Liz Longley
4:15
8
Electricity
Liz Longley
2:51
9
Only Love This Time Around
Liz Longley
3:15
10
Oxygen
Liz Longley
3:26
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    33:52
Weightless is the highly anticipated follow-up to singer-songwriter Liz Longley's 2015 self-titled debut, which garnered praise from American Songwriter and The Huffington Post, to name a few. Weightless delivers bold, thick pop with rock 'n' roll edges, featuring Longley's starkly personal lyrics that explore complexities and even dysfunctions of relationships. Producer Bill Reynolds (The Avett Brothers), also the bassist in Band of Horses, helps embrace a lush pop-rock approach which marks a musical evolution for Longley.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sugar Hill Records Studio Masters

Track 1 – 48 kHz / 24-bit PCM
Tracks 4 - 6 – contains material bandwidth-limited to approximately 29 kHz

Produced by Bill Reynolds

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