A reissue of Carissa's Wierd's best work sets mournfully deadpan vocals against a vibrant bed of strings and accordions.
August 23, 2010 "The Color That Your Eyes Changed With the Color of Your Hair" is a five-and-a-half-minute gem from 2001's You Should Be at Home Here, setting Mat Brooke's mournful, deadpan vocals against a vibrant bed of strings and accordions.
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