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Broken Twin - Sun Has Gone album mp3
Broken Twin
Sun Has Gone
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The Danish songstress releases her first official single, filled with simple melancholy and gentle poignancy. While it is impossible to ignore the intense volume of world-beating electro-pop emerging from Scandinavia for some time now, Broken Twin is out to prove that gentle, bucolic musings are just as much a part of the region’s musical export

I don't know where the sun has gone It darkens all around you John Shaved your head and sold your drum Sorrow lost and sorrow won When you walk across the floor Like you lost it all before Remember now when you were young And didn't know what to become Said you'd fall in love with anyone. I don't know where the sun has gone It darkens all around me John I'm dressed up in a summer song Sorrow lost and sorrow won I long for more than I can get I find it hard to simply live And I don't know how to be young So tell me now whose side you're on You fall

Album · 2014 · 11 Songs. Listen on Apple Music.

The OAP has since admitted to manslaughter after the schoolboy was killed at their home near Hull, East Yorks, on July 26 last year. Speaking today, mum Jenny Dees revealed how her family had been left "broken" - especially his now seven-year-old twin Elsie. Jenny said: "Elsie was extremely protective of him and always in charge. It is heartbreaking now because the house is just so quiet. The house always used to be so busy and noisy with lots of children, but now it can be eerily quiet

If Pilots Go To Heaven04:39. Words by Sean Moeller, Illustration by Johnnie Cluney, Recording engineered by Ian Grimble and Richard Matthews of Communion Music at 2KHz, Crouch End, London. The way that Majke Voss Romme writes and sings, under the name Broken Twin, we can't help but feeling that things are going to get better from here on in. The tracks have not been so set that our wheels cannot shift in them or stray from their trenches entirely.