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Interstellar

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Interstellar
3:29  
02
Know Me
2:53  
03
Gospel / Grace
3:02  
04
Daylight Sky
2:47  
05
Pair Of Wings
4:03  
06
Had We Had It
3:05  
07
Night Swim
2:35  
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Apples For The Sun
4:05  
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Moon In My Mind
3:10  
10
The Fall
3:27  
Album Information
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 32:36

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Matthew Fritch

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Matthew Fritch spent more than a decade as senior editor of the Philadelphia-based magazine MAGNET, where he wrote about wildly unpopular indie rock bands and r...more »

03.19.12
Frankie Rose, Interstellar
2012 | Label: Memphis Industries

Frankie Rose spent the early part of her musical career as a member of a ragtag coven of Brooklyn retro-garage bands, including Vivian Girls, Crystal Stilts and Dum Dum Girls. Interstellar, her second solo album since moving on from those groups, shows exactly how to move your music out of the garage: Clean out all the grit and grease, put on some makeup, imagine yourself as a dragon’s teardrop on the moonscape… read more »

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