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October 8, 2009 After splitting with a girlfriend of eight and a half years, Patton says he spent an extended period walking around in a jilted haze. The songs on his new album Underhill Downs mostly concern the breakup and his subsequent attempts to date again. In "Ashes and Stains," the singer-songwriter crafts a narrative that's as relatable as it is raw.
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