Feral Verdure

by Big Brave

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1.
04:35
2.
Let Us Rest Our Dead Anon
3.
Struggles
4.
A Song For Foxes
5.
Bigot
6.
There Are No Victories Only Burning Flags And Fallen Men
7.
A Song For Marie
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Feral Verdure

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releases 06 September 2014

Album Launch September 6th 2014 @ La Vitrola, Montreal QC.
www.facebook.com/events/644382822306662/
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Recorded by JONNY PARADISE at Paradise Studios
Mixed by RADWAN GHAZI MOUMNEH at Hotel 2 Tango
Mastered by HARRIS NEWMAN at Grey Market Mastering
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build a fort 001
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Big Brave Montreal, Québec

Big Brave is a Montreal three-piece who played their first show in July of 2012. They released the EP "An Understanding Between People" in 2013 and have since shared the stage with artists such as Thee Silver Mount Zion, Low and Scout Niblett. They will be releasing their debut full length "Feral Verdure" on September 6th 2014. Determined but patient. Dark but happy. ... more

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Track Name: Tussles
Here I stand apart again
Call me brave call me insane
So when I’ll be grave, you’ll stay the same
Bleeding the honour of being the martyr

Playing the part of the victim’s heart
Feeding your creed
Yet I am who I am
I won’t behave to suit your state

“What are you? You are…”
“Smile, be sweet, but don’t you speak”
So here I stand apart again
I won’t mold into what you want to behold