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Stonehouse by Girls in Airports

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Album Title: Dive
Mawi Music
Released: 2020


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About the Album

The second single from the new album by Danish indie-jazz band Girls in Airports. The track is named after a man, who spent most of his life alone on a mountain in China more than 700 years ago. He wrote great poetry about his everyday life, which has been translated by American Red Pine (translator) :: Bill Porter (author). The track has some of the same kind of natural beauty in it.

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December 13, 2020

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