Cyndi Harvell | Heartache & Revolution

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Heartache & Revolution

by Cyndi Harvell

Smart folk-pop with Southern charm
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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2. Following a Ghost
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3. Avalanche
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4. Moonsweeper
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5. Burn the House Down
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6. Another Way to Say Goodbye
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7. Backyard Dreams
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8. One of These Days
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9. Passenger
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10. Crazy Glue
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11. Just About to Let Go
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12. Heartache & Revolution
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Los Angeles-based (but Georgia raised) singer-songwriter Cyndi Harvell creates smart, lyrically rich, ear-catching folk-pop, seasoned with Southern charm. She has toured nationally, received significant airplay on Americana stations across the globe, and was twice a featured artist on Bay Area radio station KFOG's Local Scene. In 2012, she was chosen for the prestigious ASCAP Lester Sill Songwriting Workshop, and she has also had her original music placed in TV spots, commercials, book trailers, iphone apps, indie films, and an HBO feature film. Harvell’s newest release “Heartache & Revolution” is about disaster that can strike us, in metaphorical and literal ways, and the rebuilding and rising that happens after the destruction. It’s optimistic and hopeful, about the things we hold onto and the things we let go of, the people we used to be and the people we become. A musical force of nature. "Harvell is the real deal, unpasteurized, untreated with r-BST, and able to hit those notes spot on without those recording studio gimmicks." (San Diego Troubadour)

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