The Blueflowers | Watercolor Ghost Town

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Watercolor Ghost Town

by The Blueflowers

"Detroit's The Blueflowers play spooky, reverb-drenched country-rock. Led by the romantic, soaring vocals of Kate Hinote, this is music for (depending on your relationship status) a slow dance or one of those miserable all-night solo bender."
Genre: Country: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Watercolor Ghost Town
3:21 album only
2. A Reason
2:52 album only
3. I Can\'t Stop My Heart From Breaking
4:22 album only
4. Any Three Words
3:23 album only
5. The Weight
4:38 album only
6. Just for Show
3:10 album only
7. Float
4:25 album only
8. I Wasn\'t Her
3:42 album only
9. You\'re Not the Only One
3:48 album only
10. The Strangled Song
4:07 album only
11. Helpless and Hopeless
3:20 album only
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Album Notes
"Best guess is Blueflowers is what happens when a girl obsessively listens to Roy Orbison and Patsy Cline and her bandmates can quote every line from Blue Velvet."

"The Blueflowers paint a world of alt-countrified slide, 1950’s rock n roll balladry and steel pedal twang....11 warm, summer raindrops that’ll mist up your vision and paint your world in watercolours"
-[sic] Magazine

"Watercolor Ghost Town is a stunning tale of love, life and heartbreak. The more down to earth sound brings out the best of Hinote’s soft voice, anchoring it against the old western-like guitars and 1950’s ballad melodies. Parts of the shoegaze community may still be in mourning, but thanks to this album I can honestly say that I’m not one of them. This is an absolute gem"

"This is a genuinely beautiful and touching piece of work, from the opening title track to the melancholy "Helpless and Hopeless" album closer. Hinote's voice remains note perfect and goose bump-inducing throughout; the musicianship is finely executed and lovingly arranged."
-Metro Times



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