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The Last Goodbye

Aburden

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1
My Best Friend
Aburden
2:10
2
Sorry.
Aburden
3:51
3
Don't Say
Aburden
4:24
4
One for You
Aburden
2:42
5
Need You
Aburden
3:35
6
19
Aburden
4:02
7
To the Sky
Aburden
4:14
8
My Old Friend
Aburden
1:24
Total Playing Time    26:22
Since their inception into the Australian music scene, Melbourne’s Aburden have done everything they can to carve out their own niche. Saying goodbye to their last EP My Old Friend, Melbourne’s Aburden are sharing their most honest and impassioned effort yet with their new EP The Last Goodbye.

“Having spent a year and a half writing and recording, we present what we believe is our most ambitious and mature step yet. The Last Goodbye is an unabridged look into the lives of Aburden; sharing our vulnerabilities, struggling with grief and mental illness. We want this to be seen as a helping hand, so collectively you see that you are not alone. That we are not alone. ‘It’s okay not to be okay’.”
- Kyle Burrows (Guitarist/Vocalist)
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Greyscale Records Studio Masters

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