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Only the Elk Remains

Estradasphere may be gone, but they left behind some stuff when they moved out of the house, like this video for the track "The Silent Elk of Yesterday."

by Jon Davis, Published 2017-07-31


Filed under: Video

Related artist(s): Estradasphere

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