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Church Of Scars

Bishop Briggs

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1
Tempt My Trouble
Bishop Briggs
3:13
2
River
Bishop Briggs
3:35
3
Lyin'
Bishop Briggs
3:07
4
White Flag
Bishop Briggs
3:49
5
Dream
Bishop Briggs
3:14
6
Wild Horses
Bishop Briggs
3:10
7
Hallowed Ground
Bishop Briggs
2:54
8
Water
Bishop Briggs
3:22
9
The Fire
Bishop Briggs
3:02
10
Hi-Lo (Hollow)
Bishop Briggs
4:12
Total Playing Time    33:38
"Briggs's debut, Church of Scars, delivers in kind, with a series of gothic-soul dirges and blues-inflected pop...The track's mix of blues-rock and more contemporary elements—like handclaps that morph into trap snares—feels like a throwback to the alternative-pop bands that infiltrated Top 40 stations just before the turn of the century."
- Slant Magazine

British indie-pop singer Bishop Briggs brings us her debut album Church Of Scars, a compilation of tracks that explore themes of self-reflection and healing. She is able to deliver a contemporary approach to blues-rock and indie-pop throughout this long-awaited album.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Teleport Records / Island Records Studio Masters

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