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ley lines

flor

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1.1
white noise
flor
3:52
1.2
as you were
flor
4:02
1.3
slow motion
flor
3:03
1.4
ley lines
flor
3:49
1.5
dancing around
flor
3:55
1.6
listen for you
flor
2:49
1.7
little light one
flor
3:32
1.8
aiming low
flor
3:38
1.9
money
flor
3:05
1.10
underpass
flor
4:27
1.11
never was mine
flor
4:31
1.12
moonday
flor
3:50
Total Playing Time    44:33
ley lines is the much-anticipated sophomore album by alt-pop band flor. The album was self-produced by bassist Dylan Bauld and guitarist Zach Grace. "We've gotten where we are by following our instincts, so when we started to record the album, it was important for me to believe in myself and our band. Ley lines are these pathways that connect places of power. I was drawn to the idea of these anchor points creating a route: this defining of a journey, and this strengthening through connection. The more we're able to connect these anchors, the more we can trust ourselves, be unshakeable, and find happiness, regardless of the push and pull of the world around us." - Zach Grace (singer/guitarist)
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