Steer the Stars | Light Life Sleep and the Sea

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Light Life Sleep and the Sea

by Steer the Stars

Sleepy folk Americana expressed through haunting melodies, dreamy synthesizers, lush vocal harmonies, insightful songwriting and unique arrangements. This is a sincere and hopeful album of pretty, sad songs.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Lost In Seas
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2. Daydream Saturday
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3. In Lucky Thirteen
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4. Tule Funeral
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5. When Last We Meet
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6. Life After Life
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7. No Separation
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8. The Clock is the Maker
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9. The Distance We Keep
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10. At Any End
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Sleepy folk Americana expressed through haunting melodies, dreamy synthesizers, lush vocal harmonies, insightful songwriting and unique arrangements. This is a sincere and hopeful album of pretty, sad songs.

Light Life Sleep and the Sea was recorded in The Morton House, a curious, creaky old house that is haunted by some friendly souls.
All songs were written, performed, engineered and produced by Eric Jonasson.
Additional credits include:
Drums by Brian McLeod on all songs except Lost In Seas
Additional vocals by Adrianne Nigg
Pedal Steel and Dobro by Jim McCartney
Cello and Violin by Rob Hodges
Art and Design by Matt Lynch

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