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10 thoughts on “ Jordan Reyne - Crone

  • Kimi
    09.11.2019 at 02:07
    Listen free to Jordan Reyne – Crone (Dear John, The Shadow Line and more). 5 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at conjunngrinradthunderfire.infoinfo Reply
  • Groran
    14.11.2019 at 01:23
    Listen to and buy Jordan Reyne music on CD Baby. Download Crone by Jordan Reyne on the independent record store by musicians for musicians. the best independent music store on the web. Reply
  • Mikakasa
    09.11.2019 at 21:07
    Hailing from the land of Lord of the Rings, Jordan Reyne's sound is a blend of celtic / pagan vocals, and factory sound rhythms. Arguably most well known for her vocal contribution to Resident Evil 7, Reyne's own music is described by the BBC (UK) as "simply stunning.". Reply
  • Vijora
    07.11.2019 at 16:55
    Described by the UK's BBC as 'simply stunning', Jordan's music blends the mythical with the tales of real people. Jordan is a 3 time Tui Award (New Zealand. Reply
  • Douran
    15.11.2019 at 10:34
    Jordan's most recent music project is a 3 EP trilogy based on old pagan archetypes and how they persist in the modern world. Orders are via CDBaby, iTunes and directly from Jordan herself at bandcamp. Maiden () A The final release in the Maiden, Mother Crone trilogy. Click below to listen. Reply
  • Tojalmaran
    16.11.2019 at 09:09
    Jordan Reyne UK placeholder Known recently as the Resident Evil 7 vocalist (trailer track, "Go Tell Aunt Rhody"), Jordan is described by New Zealand's National Radio as the pioneer of a new sound, Jordan's music is a blend of irish/ celtic rock, steam-era machine noise, and Grimms fairytale-eske lyrics. Reply
  • Votaxe
    15.11.2019 at 22:04
    Maiden, [Mother], Crone (EP) by Jordan Reyne, released 14 October 1. Don't Look Down 2. The Ever Afters 3. The Ferryman 4. The Fall 5. Rulers of Men "Mother" is the second EP in the "Maiden, Mother, Crone" trilogy of EPs which combine pagan imagery with modern narratives on women. Reply

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