Breathe

by The Disciples

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released December 1, 2014

The Disciples are Conrad Steven, Richard Vanryne & Tim Jacob-Owens
'Breathe' & 'Losing Her' written & recorded by The Disciples
All tracks produced & mixed by Richard Vanryne
All tracks mastered by Adam Vanryne (www.vanryne.com)
Artwork by Richard Vanryne

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The Disciples are a trio of music students, hailing from the South of England. Drawing on a variety of influences, including Pendulum, Nero and Hybrid, they write and produce a unique blend of acoustic and electronic music. Their ability to play all their music live using live vocals, synths, guitars and drums puts them in an almost unique class of electronic acts. ... more

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Track Name: Breathe [Radio Edit]
Silence in the distance,
I see waves crash up against the shore.
This is penance, for all done wrong,
And the sea is washing everything away.

Breathing in, breathing out,
We’re running around in circles again.
Breathing in, breaking out,
The time that we had is ending.

Breathing in, breathing out,
We’re running around in circles again.
Breathing in, breaking out,
The time that we had is ending.
Track Name: Breathe
Silence in the distance,
I see waves crash up against the shore.
This is penance, for all done wrong,
And the sea is washing everything away.

Breathing in, breathing out,
We’re running around in circles again.
Breathing in, breaking out,
The time that we had is ending.

Breathing in, breathing out,
We’re running around in circles again.
Breathing in, breaking out,
The time that we had is ending.
Track Name: Losing Her
It's becoming so harder to read the other,
Who was once your lover and now she suffers.
It's becoming so harder to read the other,
Who was once your lover and now she suffers.

You're losing her, you're losing her.
It's becoming so harder to read the other,
Who was once your lover and now she suffers.
It's becoming so harder to read the other,
Who was once your lover and now she suffers.
It's becoming so harder to read the other,
Who was once your lover and now she suffers.