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Faith In What You Hear - Jupe Jupe - Lonely Creatures (CD, Album)

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  1. 'Lonely Creatures' Out Now (September 19) Watch the official music video for "Faith In What You Hear" f. News. May 22, - Jamie Kennedy in STOOPID SMART May 22, - States May 22, - CRAIG MORGAN’S NEW ALBUM GOD, FAMILY, COUNTRY IS OUT TOMORROW May
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  2. Mar 16,  · Genre/Influences: Wave-pop, indie-rock. Background/Info: Based in Seattle (USA) Jupe Jupe consists of Bryan Manzo, My Young, Patrick Partington and Jarrod Arbini. They previously self-released 3 other full lengths and now strike back with “Lonely Creatures”, which is also available on vinyl format. Content: Jupe Jupe claims to be influenced by a wider range of bands and that’s an element.
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  3. Second single “Faith in What You Hear” premiers at New Noise Magazine and more! We’re super-excited that the second single from our upcoming album, “Lonely Creatures.
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  4. June is a band consisting of three songwriters and close friends Lau, Celine and Jeppe. The band operate as their alter egos, in an animated universe.
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  5. Lonely Creatures (gift given) by Jupe Jupe. Lonely Creatures. by Jupe Jupe. featured track / Faith in What You Hear Faith in What You Hear. wishlist in.
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  6. The track, which you can hear below, is off Jupe Jupe’s latest album, Lonely Creatures, which serves as another impeccable mix of gloomy sounds and indie dance floor empowerment. Jupe Jupe are at their best when they are showing an impassioned restraint, and that’s evident here as “Faith in What You Hear” glides along a path of seductive synths and slashing guitarwork.
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  8. Lonely Creatures by Jupe Jupe, released 19 September 1. Faith in What You Hear 2. Stranger Days 3. All So Wrong 4. High on the Hill 5. The Soft Machine 6. A Shadowed Sun 7. Haunts and Hates 8. In Reflection 9. Blind by Memory To Fill the Frame A collection of melancholy, hook-laden textures—10 hauntingly striking songs about isolation, fate, internal struggle, and technology gone awry.
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