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Healer

Grouplove

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1.1
Deleter
Grouplove
3:54
1.2
Inside Out
Grouplove
3:28
1.3
Expectations
Grouplove
5:13
1.4
The Great Unknown
Grouplove
3:57
1.5
Youth
Grouplove
4:47
1.6
Places
Grouplove
3:18
1.7
Promises
Grouplove
4:18
1.8
Ahead of Myself
Grouplove
3:49
1.9
Hail to the Queen
Grouplove
4:15
1.10
Burial
Grouplove
4:02
1.11
This is Everything
Grouplove
4:08
Total Playing Time    45:09
"It's almost impossible to hear the song without imagining the band dancing around the recording studio. For the first single from a new album, it certainly bodes well for the musical direction Grouplove are going in."
- Consequence Of Sound

Grouplove release their new album Healer, which was heralded by the lead single "Deleter". Recorded at El Paso, Texas’s famed Sonic Ranch with producer Dave Sitek and at Larrabee Studios in Los Angles with Malay, Healer marks the first new album from Grouplove since 2016’s acclaimed third LP, Big Mess.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Canvasback Studio Masters

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