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Are Friends Electric?

by The Rowan Amber Mill & Emily Jones

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A couple of cover versions of Gary Numan's new wave classic Are Friends Electric. Our version utilises medieval instruments and sounds such as hurdy gurdy, crumhorn, fidule, folk harp and recorder. Includes a disco remix by WMT4R.

The Rowan Amber Mill and Emily Jones released the folk horror CD The Book of the Lost in March 2014.Described my MOJO Magazine as "Romantic folk narratives with a dark woods chill of pastoral melancholy - ***". The Book of the Lost is available from www.millersounds.co.uk and www.thebookofthelost.co.uk as well as Amazon, CDbaby as well as Bandcamp.

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www.millersounds.co.uk
www.thebookofthelost.co.uk
www.facebook.com/thebookofthelost
The Rowan Amber Mill
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rowanambermill.bandcamp.com/album/the-book-of-the-lost
Emily Jones
www.facebook.com/Owltextures
owltextures.bandcamp.com
WMT4R
www.facebook.com/wmt4r

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released April 14, 2014

Written by Gary Numan.
The Rowan Amber Mill - medieval instruments, production, artwork.
Emily Jones - vocals, melodica.
WMT4R - blips, beats, remix.
Cover star - adapted from The Garden of Earthly Delights by Hieronymus Bosch.

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The Rowan Amber Mill Devon, UK

Since 2007 The Rowan Amber Mill have been purveyors of Woodland Folkadelica / alt-Folk (delete as appropriate).
They've released 2 mini-albums: "folk devils and moral panics" in 2008, "midsummers" in 2009. In 2010 they released their debut album "Heartwood".
The fluid line up went from a solo project started by Stephen Stannard to include 4 members and is now back to Stephen's solo project.
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