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Blue Distance

Clara Moto

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1
How We Live in Each Other 00:04:36

Clara Moto, Performer - Clara Prettenhofer, Composer

2013 InFiné

2
My Double Edged Sword 00:05:07

Clara Moto, Performer - Clara Prettenhofer, Composer - Sylvain Rebut-Minotti, Composer

2013 InFiné

3
Hedonic Treadmill 00:05:38

Clara Moto, Performer - Clara Prettenhofer, Composer

2013 InFiné

4
I Saw Your Love 00:06:00

Clara Moto, Performer - Clara Prettenhofer, Composer - Richard Eigner, Composer

2013 InFiné

5
In My Dream 00:03:12

Clara Moto, Performer - Clara Prettenhofer, Composer

2013 InFiné

6
Things We Almost Did 00:05:43

Clara Moto, Performer - Clara Prettenhofer, Composer - Nicolas Laureau, Composer

2013 InFiné

7
For All Reasons So Sad 00:06:03

Clara Moto, Performer - Clara Prettenhofer, Composer

2013 InFiné

8
Placid Kindness 00:05:29

Clara Moto, Performer - Clara Prettenhofer, Composer

2013 InFiné

9
Holy 00:05:42

Clara Moto, Performer - Clara Prettenhofer, Composer

2013 InFiné

10
Lyra (feat. Mimu) 00:04:45

Clara Moto, Performer - Clara Prettenhofer, Composer

2013 InFiné

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