Kinship

by She Keeps Bees

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1.
Hawk
2.
Coyote 04:05
I’d rather be a coyote Katie Lee says she feels so betrayed rivers deserve to be free open mining  in waterways, historic parks the lifeblood, the lungs of the Earth stop short no other spaceship like her carved wooden birds adorn her  swam in potholes and waterfalls bathed in desert rose soft blush stands her naked body carved by sand, by wind, by dust carved by rain, by rivers, by streams flood the canyons drown everything ignore the rules of balance  watch destruction of the sanctuaries  wildflowers to circles to spirals from 50 AD  gathering pine seeds canyon glen curving 
 flood the canyons drown everything ignore the rules of balance on Earth watch destruction of the sanctuaries 
3.
Dominance
4.
Breaking Weight
5.
Queen of Cups
6.
Longing
7.
First Quarter Moon
8.
Kinship 03:31
wild places move us closer to conscious kinship living water mother of all visible manifestation of chaos primordial water nature births symbiotic art of balance invisible rivers run under rivers think this world is their kingdom deep in shadow denying tidal relations living water mother of all older than our Sun health of the river tied to rivers that run underneath primordial water
9.
Ocean
10.
Sea Ice

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releases May 15, 2019

All songs by Jessica Larrabee (ASCAP)

Administered by Domino Publishing Company USA

Produced and performed by Jessica Larrabee and Andy LaPlant

Recorded and mixed by Andy LaPlant

Additional engineering by Eric Maltz

Additional performances by Kevin Sullivan (bass), Penn Sultan (guitar), Simon Goff (violin), Alice Dixon (cello), and Eric Maltz (piano, synth)

Mastered by Alan Douches

Artwork by Alexa Guariglia

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She Keeps Bees New York, New York

She Keeps Bees have self-recorded and released music made at home since 2006. Their debut album, Minisink Hotel, was described by NYC’s Other Music as “the best album you’ve never heard." Nests, their second full-length, was admired by the Guardian as “sparse, soulful and defiantly retro.” Their third LP, Dig On, was praised by the BBC as "an album of fire, spirit, and sweat." ... more

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