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Jared & The Mill Share Track-By-Track Stories of New EP ‘Orme Dugas’

Just over a month ago, Phoenix Americana outfit Jared & The Mill releaseded their new EP Orme Dugas. The album is named after an exit near the band’s hometown and encompasses the beauty and peaceful setting a band yearns for with life away from home. With this release there has been lots of time away from home as […] The post Jared & The Mill Share Track-By-Track Stories of New EP ‘Orme Dugas’ appeared first on Glide Magazine.
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