Eileen & the in-Betweens | Everything Is Alive

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Everything Is Alive

by Eileen & the in-Betweens

Indie Folk. Social Justice. Spirit.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Everything Is Alive
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2. Keep a Light On
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3. Give
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4. Get It Together
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5. Desert Wind
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6. Over Up & Up
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7. Lovers & Fighters
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8. Chickens
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9. Rising Seas
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10. Goodbye
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11. Broken
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12. Science vs Mystery (In the Middle of the Night)
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13. Water's On Fire
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14. River Wild
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15. Spirits Are With Me
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Everything is Alive" is Eileen & the In-Betweens second full-length album. The album features
a number of Albuquerque’s most celebrated musicians and vocalists, such
as world beat legends Wagogo, Christy Cook and Stephanie Graner (Cactus
Tractor, Albuquerque Boys Choir), Dave Holtkamp (Let it Grow), Colin
Baillio (Brush Strokes) and Seth Hoffman. The album moves through
genres with eclectic influences in folk, dance, indie, alt-country, and pop
music. The songs cover personal themes of love and healing as well as more
political themes pertinent to the Southwest such as nuclear destruction,
water issues, and climate change. Right from the beginning, with the
uplifting and catchy title track “Everything is Alive,” the listener can hear
that this is an album full of passion and heart.

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