Pulling at the Source

by Solar Circuit

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1.
Moonroof 04:19
Tell me where you wanna go now, With you I’d go anywhere, Maybe we can take the time now, You never know what you’ll find until you’re there. Cruising nice and slow now, I wanna feel the wind all in my hair, Maybe we can take the time now, You never know what you’ll find until you’re there.
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Nimbus 09:48
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Cerulean Sea 07:44
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We’re going there, To break down everyday, It’s been on my mind. I’ll see you there, You’ve come a long way. Dim the lights down low. It’s everywhere, Just take a look around, We’ve got the time. I’ll see you there, And show you what I found. Dim the lights down there. We’re almost there, Tell me what you see, We’re feeling fine. I’ll see you there, Where we’re meant to be. Dim the lights down low.
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Let your freak fly, Fly it in the sky, The same but different you and I, Let your freak fly.
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Pryzm 09:52
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Mirage 05:55
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Solar Circuit proudly presents studio album 'Pulling at the Source' LP.

Copyright 2021 Solar Circuit.
All songs written and performed by Solar Circuit.
Solar Circuit is Rob Fray (drums), Taylor Jamison (bass, vocals), Becca LeVan (keys, synths, vocals), Nick Orlove (guitar).

Recorded by Solar Circuit at Solar Circuit Studios (Flourtown, PA).
Mixed by Becca LeVan.
Mastered by Anthony Thogmartin.

Video graphic art by Nick Orlove.
Brand logo design by Ben Berry.

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released August 27, 2021

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Solar Circuit Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Jamtronic Trance Fusion band, with improvisational roots to take the crowd down a unique and experimental path with each live set. “Even with influences like The Disco Biscuits, STS9, Lotus, and Phish, Solar Circuit maintains a unique style and sound in their live performances and in their recent studio work while mixing in the dance/trance element...” - 215music

*Cover photo: Andrew Hutchins
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