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No Sun

Workhorse

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1
Pocalypse
Workhorse
3:40
2
Alone
Workhorse
4:01
3
Defeat
Workhorse
3:15
4
Empty
Workhorse
2:53
5
Peace
Workhorse
3:15
6
Collector
Workhorse
4:31
7
Horses
Workhorse
7:15
Total Playing Time    28:50
"The songs on No Sun simmer with a lost summer quality, the kind of feelings that burn bright and fade into Kodachrome memories that seem timeless and yet trapped in amber. The album feels like it’s been around the bins for ages, despite having just reached the world, but that’s just a testament to the players enlisted and Fraser-Barbour’s skill behind it all... Fraser-Barbour may be taking her first turn as a bandleader here, but quite honestly, she's nailing it out the gate."
- Raven Sings the Blues

Hailing from Adelaide, Australia, Workhorse is a new project comprised of musicians from Wireheads, Fair Maiden, Rule of Thirds and Hydromedusa. No Sun is their debut album, a collection of world-weary, country-infused indie tunes that are melancholic and arresting.
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