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Out The Window

The Underground Underdogs blog describes Out The Window as an honest journey. These ten tracks of intimate, personal autobiography that lay bare a “struggling to uphold the deteriorating pillars of family” against the harsh realities of addiction and loss. Moody and contemplative, this project reveals itself in repeat listens, peeling back the layers of highs and lows in an exploration of how drugs affect our relationships with family, friends, and ourselves. Brakebill dedicates the record to “everyone dead and alive who helped me.”

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