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Where Is Everybody?

Barty's Path

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1
Morning Prayer
Barty's Path
2:52
2
Valor/Squalor
Barty's Path
2:38
3
The Wolf Who Cried Boy
Barty's Path
3:38
4
Born into Cutlery
Barty's Path
2:24
5
Armed Forces
Barty's Path
1:34
6
Armed Forces
Barty's Path
1:09
7
What Was Once a Part of Me (And Where It Is Now)
Barty's Path
2:57
8
Afraid of Things You Can't Even See
Barty's Path
3:48
9
We Found Tyche
Barty's Path
4:38
10
Ittoqqortoormiit Dear Listener
Barty's Path
4:26
11
Everybody Has Moved
Barty's Path
2:06
Total Playing Time    32:10
Barty's Path is the solo project of Mumbai-based independent musician, Arjun Iyer. His debut album Where Is Everybody? follows the journey of a man across the globe, where he hears and remembers various stories. Set in Hungary, Russia, Greenland, Iraq and India, these songs deal with themes like the isolation of being and its various manifestations. Iyer suggests the album is best heard on headphones.
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