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Very Fine, Not Constant

Sarah Longfield calls her band The Fine Constant, and this is the tune "Inevitable Disconnect" off of their debut album from 2012.

by Jon Davis, Published 2017-02-08


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Related artist(s): Sarah Longfield / The Fine Constant

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