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Kacy and Clayton and Marlon Williams - Plastic Bouquet [Limited Edition ea Glass w/ Pink Marbling Color Vinyl]

Kacy and Clayton and Marlon Williams - Plastic Bouquet [Limited Edition ea Glass w/ Pink Marbling Color Vinyl]

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Every December, Christchurch, NZ enjoys the start of summer as Saskatoon, SK begins to freeze over. For as far apart as these places may seem, you would never know it from the sound of Plastic Bouquet, the debut collaborative album between Saskatoon duo Kacy & Clayton and Christchurch singer and songwriter Marlon Williams. While on tour across Europe in 2017, Kacy & Clayton quite literally stopped Marlon in his tracks. As if playing by divine design through the radio, the pair's "Springtime of the Year" immediately enchanted him. Soon thereafter, Marlon hopped a flight to Saskatoon and they wrote and recorded the bulk of what would become Plastic Bouquet. They unlocked undeniable chemistry. With Plastic Bouquet, these three musicians find common ground in dusty country spun through a kaleidoscope of psychedelic soul and dreamy fifties delivery. They created an ethnosphere that is more than the sum of its parts. It's also the beginning of something very exciting.

  1. Isn't It
  2. Plastic Bouquet
  3. Light of Love
  4. Your Mind's Walking Out
  5. Arahura
  6. I'm Unfamiliar
  7. I Wonder Why
  8. Old Fashioned Man
  9. I'm Gonna Break It
  10. Last Burning Ember
  11. Devil's Daughter

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Care Instructions

Keep away from the sun.

Never place it next to Justin Bieber record.

Treat it like your grandma, you know if she was a record. Know what I mean? Tender care, don't talk back, and never interupt during Murder She Wrote. Wait - what the hell was I writing about-

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