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The Secret Sisters|Quicksand EP

Quicksand EP

The Secret Sisters

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1
Heavy Balloon
00:05:03

Fiona Apple, Composer - The Secret Sisters, MainArtist - FHW Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2021 New West Records, LLC 2021 FHW Music (ASCAP)

2
Quicksand
00:05:25

Cheyenne Medders, Composer - The Secret Sisters, MainArtist - Lydia Rogers, Composer - Laura Rogers, Composer - Fake Bird Eggs Music / Lydia Lane Couldn’t Catch a Train Music (BMI) / Dancing Room (SESAC), MusicPublisher

2021 New West Records, LLC 2021 Fake Bird Eggs Music / Lydia Lane Couldn’t Catch a Train Music (BMI) / Dancing Room (SESAC)

3
Someday
00:04:33

Julian Casablancas, Composer - The Secret Sisters, MainArtist - The Strokes Band Music (ASCAP), MusicPublisher

2021 New West Records, LLC 2021 The Strokes Band Music (ASCAP)

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Endless Running Out of Time
00:03:58

Cheyenne Medders, Composer - The Secret Sisters, MainArtist - Lydia Rogers, Composer - Laura Rogers, Composer - Fake Bird Eggs Music / Lydia Lane Couldn’t Catch a Train Music (BMI) / Dancing Room (SESAC), MusicPublisher

2021 New West Records, LLC 2021 Fake Bird Eggs Music / Lydia Lane Couldn’t Catch a Train Music (BMI) / Dancing Room (SESAC)

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