The origins of Johnny Goss and Ola Hungerford’s latest LP as Cock & Swan, Dream Alone, lie in a live soundtrack the band created for the Nicolas Winding Refn film Only God Forgives.
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The origins of Johnny Goss and Ola Hungerford’s latest LP as Cock & Swan, Dream Alone, lie in a live soundtrack the band created for the Nicolas Winding Refn film Only God Forgives. Filled with the sleek, stylish, and dark tones of the film, the Seattle duo joins Cheryl Waters in the KEXP Live Room for a performance of four Dream Alone tracks. Recorded 02/09/2018.

1. SILM
2. PERG (Honing)
3. What Was Life? (What's Your Problem?)
4. Never Been So Lost

 

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