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Hounds Of Hell (with Nadia Reid)

from Friend Ship by The Phoenix Foundation

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Hounds Of Hell
With Nadia Reid

Music Scott // TPF
Words Scott

God bless the moment
When the morning hits your eyes
We’ll be together
When the boiling oceans rise

You won’t be alone
When the sunlight turns to fire
You won’t be alone
when the falling skies are burning
out our eyes

God damn, the falling man
The way it went, he’ll never land
The hardest thing to understand
Is what we’ve seen reflected

You won’t be alone
When the sunlight turns to fire
You won’t be alone
when the falling skies are burning
out our eyes

I’ll see you in the second circle
In the body of the deepest well
You were following the broken hearted…
Now you’re running from
the hounds of hell
I can’t tell
I can’t tell anymore
Where we are
I can’t see you at all

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from Friend Ship, released October 16, 2020

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The Phoenix Foundation Wellington, New Zealand

Since 2015’s GUYD The Phoenix Foundation have been writing, recording, touring with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, creating the acclaimed soundtrack for Hunt For The Wilderpeople, building shrines to light, creating scores for VR, producing other artists and baking sourdough. Now they are ready to release some more music into the swirling oblivion that is 2020. ... more

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