The Stunt People | Seven from Evermore

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Seven from Evermore

by The Stunt People

Seven from Evermore will take you on a rock and roll journey with well crafted lyrical story telling, engaging male and female vocals, refreshing rhythm and slide guitar work and solid backbone of bass and drums. The debut EP is a powerhouse.
Genre: Rock: British Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Heart of the Sound
3:37 $0.99
2. Grindstone
3:45 $0.79
3. The Warden
4:04 $0.89
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4. Carried Away
3:02 $0.89
5. Trouble
3:15 $0.99
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6. The Station
3:53 $0.89
7. Wild Behaviour (Instrumental)
4:39 $0.69
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"The Stunt People don't actually perform any physical stunts on stage. The name is really about what it takes to survive in the world today. Most of us have to pull off some pretty tricky things just to make it to point B in one piece... Keeping it all together while holding down jobs, relationships, finances and hobbies is an impressive feat. Essentially, we are ALL stunt people." - Lee

Playing a mixture of heavy blues, rock and alternative music, The Stunt People have been to your town and lived to sing about it.

Born on Hallowe'en, Lee Spurrell has been writing and performing music for 17 years. His background in writing poetry and fiction propelled him to put those words to music.

Together with Adriana Devai on lead vocals, Lee also plays rhythm guitar on acoustic. Electrified, the rest of the band brings a mainstream rock n' roll backdrop with nostalgic beats. Chugging along like a freight train, the pulse of the music transports you to the days of "makin' shine". Toe-tapping and finger-snapping, you'll be "getting yourself in a mess of trouble" with songs like The Warden and Trouble.

The Stunt People combine poetic lyrics with the best of straight-up rock and audacious, husky vocals.

With their new debut EP, "Seven from Evermore", they definitely are pulling off some pretty tricky things... Get it today!

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