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This Patch of Sky

This Patch of Sky

Indie / Instrumental / Post-Rock Springfield, OR  US
A Light In The Attic
A Light In The Attic
Ten Thousand Hours
Ten Thousand Hours
Frozen Hands, Frozen Feet
Frozen Hands, Frozen Feet
Newly Risen, How Brightly You Shine
Newly Risen, How Brightly You Shine
How He Loves // To Sink A SHip
How He Loves // To Sink A SHip

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Ten Thousand Hours

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  • Stuart (Artist)
    Stuart
    I really like your music especially "a light in the attic". Check out my music I think the song for you is "creation".
  • Vex-14 (Artist)
    Vex-14
    saw you guys play in battle of the bands in Eugene, Oregon a few years ago. Sounding good!
  • Rosemary Patrick (Artist)
    Rosemary Patrick
    Very enjoyable, thanks for sharing, no really, thanks!
  • Like Magic (Artist)
    Like Magic
    Hey, I'm digging the music. Good work. Keep it 541!
  • Fruit of the Legion of Loom (Artist)
    Fruit of the Legion of Loom
    Saw you on Number One Music. Nice music. I enjoyed listening. Take care...Fruit
  • FATBO SEUSS (Artist)
    FATBO SEUSS
    Great arrangements!! keep it goin

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Kit Day

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About

Sounds Like: This Will Destroy You Official, Caspian, Explosions in the Sky

Manager: Kit Day

Bio: This Patch of Sky is an instrumental/post-rock group from Eugene, Oregon. We play music without words to communicate without language.

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“-If you’re loooking for run of the mill Post Rock, steer clear, This Patch of Sky do things their way and will continue to do so.”

— Oxide Tones

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Q: How do you write? Do you write lyrics first and find a beat, or do you find the beat first and then create lyrics? Would you be interested in doing a short interview?

A: Hi, we always "find" the beat first. Lyrics are boring. We're always down for a interview.

Asked by anonymous. Answered on Mon Jan 27 2014

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  • Song Plays +1 1,247
  • Video Plays 107
  • Total Fans 6,906
  • ReverbNation Fans 400
  • Facebook Likes 5,577
  • Twitter Followers 617
  • YouTube Subscribers 216
  • Widget Impressions 237

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