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Presented in a stunning individually numbered gatefold cover with artwork by The Emerald Dawn member Tree Stewart, "To Touch the Sky" is limited to just 200 vinyl copies worldwide, all of which are pressed on 180g emerald green vinyl. Includes a 2-sided full colour lyric insert. A very limited number of the inserts have been signed by the band (pre-order early to have the best chance of getting one).'Building on the creative success of "Nocturne" that promised a masterpiece to be delivered next, the St. Ives group serve it up... The group's greatest glorious achievement... they do touch the sky with their music.' - The Progressive Aspect
Presented in a stunning individually numbered gatefold cover with artwork by The Emerald Dawn member Tree Stewart, "To Touch the Sky" is limited to just 200 vinyl copies worldwide, all of which are pressed on 180g emerald green vinyl. Includes a 2-sided full colour lyric insert. A very limited number of the inserts have been signed by the band (pre-order early to have the best chance of getting one).'Building on the creative success of "Nocturne" that promised a masterpiece to be delivered next, the St. Ives group serve it up... The group's greatest glorious achievement... they do touch the sky with their music.' - The Progressive Aspect
7426822210954

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Format: Vinyl
Label: PLANE GROOVY
Rel. Date: 03/18/2022
UPC: 7426822210954

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Presented in a stunning individually numbered gatefold cover with artwork by The Emerald Dawn member Tree Stewart, "To Touch the Sky" is limited to just 200 vinyl copies worldwide, all of which are pressed on 180g emerald green vinyl. Includes a 2-sided full colour lyric insert. A very limited number of the inserts have been signed by the band (pre-order early to have the best chance of getting one).'Building on the creative success of "Nocturne" that promised a masterpiece to be delivered next, the St. Ives group serve it up... The group's greatest glorious achievement... they do touch the sky with their music.' - The Progressive Aspect
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