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Let's have a "Little Smile" for Stop Motion Orchestra

Autsin, Texas may not be the last place on earth you'd expect a sophisticated progressive chamber rock ensemble to call home, but it's likely on the list. Have a look at "Little Smiles," a track from their 2014 album Instant Everything!.

by Jon Davis, Published 2014-10-03


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Related artist(s): Stop Motion Orchestra

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