Seels | A New Familiar Place

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A New Familiar Place

by Seels

This album reaches new place for the artist, touching on a synth alternative soundscape with heavy beats and melodic melodies. These songs were all written, recorded, produced, mixed, and mastered during the summer of 2015 by Seels in his home studio.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Intro (A New Familiar Place)
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2. Patient and Gray
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3. Mexico
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4. Promise to Be Better
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5. Be Mine
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6. Silhouette Love
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7. Sucker Punched
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8. Skimming the Sky
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9. Midnight Rain
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10. Half of Your Love
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11. Saw You in the Night
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12. Make You Smile
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13. Skimming the Sky (Acoustic Version)
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A New Familiar Place was recorded in Southern Utah, drawing inspiration from the surrounding desert and the nearby lights of Las Vegas.

"I feel that this album is nothing short of a miracle. I finally spent some money upgrading my studio and used a new digital audio workstation (DAW) for this album, which was far different and superior from the old dinosaur recording workstation that I have been using for the past 15 years. I guess I finally got with the times, but needless to say I feel these songs gave birth to themselves with little effort on my part."
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