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Sky Is Mine

The Duke Spirit

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1
Magenta
The Duke Spirit
3:17
2
Bones of Proof
The Duke Spirit
4:58
3
See Power
The Duke Spirit
4:48
4
In Breath
The Duke Spirit
4:18
5
Houses
The Duke Spirit
3:56
6
How Could, How Come
The Duke Spirit
3:24
7
YoYo
The Duke Spirit
3:09
8
The Contaminant
The Duke Spirit
3:55
9
Broken Dreams
The Duke Spirit
3:19
Total Playing Time    35:04
British alt-rockers The Duke Spirit follows up 2016's Kin and the EP Serenade with Sky Is Mine, preceded by the single Magenta. The self-produced album features a guest appearance from Josh T. Pearson of Texas band Lift to Experience on vocals on How Could, How Come, while Duke Garwood joins The Duke Spirit on Broken Dreams.

"Sonically, it’s the most tender record we have made, the expansiveness will lift hearts but the rawness will burn through greedy fingers. Lyrically, this is where I stand ... with feet cold and wet from standing in the sludge of fear that is the world we tread upon, this album snapshots a palpitating heart that values above all things, life."
- Liela Moss, lead vocalist
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Ex Voto Records Studio Masters

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