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Church Girls shakes things up, shares “Breaking Bones”

Subtle plucking like footsteps and a classic strums introduce “Breaking Bones”, the latest by relative newcomers Church Girls. After releasing Thousand Lives in 2016, which took helping hands from Dr. Dog‘s Brian McTear, the band embarked on a US tour and built a following. In just three short years, the Philadelphia outfit are set to […]
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