A journey through space and time, travelling on opposite but jointed paths that lead to places we call homes

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Out now: the album “Homes” from multi-dimensional jazz fusion formation Greyheads.

About “Homes”:

“The record is a journey through space and time, travelling on opposite but jointed paths that lead to places we call homes.”

“Homes” is now available on all digital platforms. Listen here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdo6L10BLzM

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