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Lucky Saddle

by Lucky Saddle

Indie/ rock/ alternative; soft yet bruising guitar driven tunes.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. One Singer
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2. The Pilgrims
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3. No Idea
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4. Lately
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5. Bully
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6. Suits Me Fine
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7. Photograph
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8. Three Singers
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9. Green Lightning
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10. Vinegar
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
All day long we hear sounds. The birds sing, clocks tick, trains whistle and radio and television pour out music. All the sounds that we hear are caused by some kind of vibration. Lucky Saddle sounds are caused by good and bad vibrations. A message about the vibrations goes from the inner ear to the brain and we hear Lucky Saddle music. All day long we hear Lucky Saddle music.

Lucky Saddle began when brothers Patrick and Sean stopped ignoring each other in separate bands and finally realised that they could work wonders together. Sean’s fractious guitar provides the perfect friction to ignite Patrick’s soft yet bruising songs. They are kept in line by Adam’s drums while Rich wanders off into bass introspection.

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