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Green Seagull

Green Seagull
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Green Seagull is a British psychedelic band formed in 2016 when Paul Nelson (New Electric Ride) approached Paul Milne (Hidden Masters / Magnetic Mind) to work on some songs together. They were joined shortly after by Sarah Gonputh on keys and Carlos Redondo on drums.
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Green Seagull — Cloud Cover Green Seagull — Cloud Cover
(Mega Dodo DODO32, 2020, CD / LP / DL)
Green Seagull — Simeon Brown / Belladonna Green Seagull — Simeon Brown / Belladonna
(Mega Dodo MEGA18, 2019, 7")
Green Seagull — First Snow of Winter Green Seagull — First Snow of Winter
(Snowflake 19, 2018, 7")
Green Seagull — Scarlet Fever Green Seagull — Scarlet Fever
(Mega Dodo MEGA24, 2018, CD / LP)
Green Seagull — (I Used to Dream In) Black and White / Not Like You and Me Green Seagull — (I Used to Dream In) Black and White / Not Like You and Me
(Mega Dodo MEGA16, 2017, 7")
Green Seagull — Scarlet / They Just Don’t Know Green Seagull — Scarlet / They Just Don’t Know
(Mega Dodo MEGA15, 2017, 7")

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