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Year of the Whale

by Sinnet

Sinnet plays adventurous, moody, spooky-pants, indie-rock jams. You will dig it.
Genre: Rock: French Rock
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1. Nitetime Creepy Crawlies
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2. Searching for Spectors
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3. Everybody Into the Pool
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4. Year of the Whale
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Year of the Whale marks a step out of the bedroom recordings that are Sinnet's 'Midwest Manners' debut EP and into a proper studio. The album, recorded with local renaissance man Matthew A. Girard (Parks, Motion Stick, Neutral Uke Hotel) is no longer a solo affair featuring; John Drislane on drums and Marlo Pedroso on guitar.

Thematically, 'Whale' comes from a trying year when singer/songwriter Aaron Spransy's mother suddenly and unexpectedly passed away. Difficult times, coated in Melville-ian themes, and a few years allowed 'Whale' to rise to the surface.

Recorded by Matthew A. Girard in Arlington, MA
Additional Recording by Aaron Spransy in the Bonus Room
Mastered by TW Walsh
Copyright 2013 Army of Sweater Vests (BMI)

Song and lyrics by Aaron Spransy and Sinnet

Aaron Spransy - Guitar, Vox, Keys, Piano
Marlo Pedroso - Guitar, Back-up Vox
John Drislane - Drums, Percussion
Bob Gaszak - Bass
Matt Girard - Bass
Joel Reader - Bass, Group Vox
Emily Miranda - Handclaps

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