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Strike the Colours - Flock (Deadlight)
To strike the colours at sea is to accept defeat, to surrender, to give up. As far as nom de guerre’s go, Reindeer Section alum Jenny Reeve has picked one laden with dramatic possibilities and inherent poeticism.
"Seven Roads", the much-anticipated second album from Strike The Colours was released on September 28th by Deadlight Records. The follow-up to 2007's highly praised 'The Face That Sunk a Thousand Ships’, 'Seven Roads' - recorded in Chem 19 by Paul Savage - was supported by a UK tour, alongside co-headliners Zoey Van Goey. Read more on Last.fm
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