Faint Music // Ordinary Light

by The Yellow Dress

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released 04 January 2014
On Faint Music // Ordinary Light The Yellow Dress is:

Dan Weiss: vocals, guitar
Jonathan Kirk Moyer: bass
Jasmine Moser: glockenspiel, vocals
Dan Nordheim: guitar
Zoe Rose Palladino: vocals
Mark Roquet: drums
Morgan Womble-Dahl: clarinet
Rachel Shearer: saxophone

Additional group vocals by: Daniela Ricci, Neil Campau, Rob Little, Rachel Shearer, Dan Nordheim, Tiffany Parker, May Oskan, Jonathan Axtell, and Dr Emmett Brown

Produced by Ian Pellicci
Mastered by Paul Oldham
Additional technical assistance and general plausibility insurance by Ashley Skye Clayton
Album art by Erin Tanner
Design by Tiffany Parker and Walter Green

Recorded and mixed to tape at Tiny Telephone Studios in San Francisco, CA.

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The Yellow Dress San Francisco, California

The Yellow Dress was started in San Francisco in 2007 by Dan Weiss and Jonathan Kirk Moyer. Over time they've grown and polished, adding members like an indie rock avalanche. They've been described as a Magnetic Fields with less self-loathing, and a Velvet Underground without all the drugs. They hate writing about themselves in the third person. They are here for you. ... more

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