Mercy Machine : The Devil I Know.|
Introspective avant-pop songs.
Darkly confessional and intimate, The Devil I Know delves into the issues
of the no-longer-young years in which affectations have become habits,
youthful skepticism has hardened into jaded cynicism, and the prospect of
romantic love starts to seem so complicated as to be nearly impossible.
Jazno Francoeur's songs are structured as loose recitations with subtle
harmonies and a plaintively beautiful cello backdrop. Recommended tracks
include "The Devil I Know" and "Orlando."
1. 30 Years
2. I need a new Jesus
4. The devil I know
5. Crooked ladder
6. The midnight bower
8. Winter lady
9. The man I create
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Release date: 9/20/2005
Mercy Machine lives in Washington USA
Tagged as: Alt Rock, Rock, Woman Singing Electro Pop
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