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The Crossing Over

by Miles Calder

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The Avenue 03:44
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Eva Marie 02:45
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Alextown 03:46
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Downstream 04:24

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The Crossing Over is the debut release by five piece alt-country band Miles Calder & The Rumours based in Wellington, New Zealand. Recorded live over two days in the iconic Surgery Studios, the EP captures their energetic country jangle and heartfelt folk ballads.

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released July 30, 2013

The Rumours are;
Miles Calder (guitar, vocals)
Nick George (drums, percussion)
Steve Moodie (double bass)
Kirsten Moodie (vocals)
Andrew Moore (guitar, vocals)

All songs written by Miles Calder.

Dayle 'Ol' Stompbox' Jellyman - Piano on 'Alextown' & piano accordion on 'The Avenue'.
Richard Klein - Fiddle on 'The Crossing Over'.
Stewart Pedley - Lapsteel on 'Give Me a Lift'.

Recorded and mixed by Ryan Prebble at The Surgery.
Mastered by Mike Gibson.

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Miles Calder Wellington, New Zealand

Singer/songwriter Miles Calder delivers cutting lyrics with an expressive voice. A few years since the last outings with former backing band The Rumours, Miles has emerged with a revived sound, fresh songs and a new band. His new self-reflective songs move from understated folk-rock to swirling psychedelia, evoking early 70s Lennon as much as contemporaries like Kevin Morby or Father John Misty. ... more

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