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The Wind Whistles – Window Sills

The Wind Whistles - Window Sills Cover

Gold Fever
Communication’s Dead
Jim & Ruth
Devils Cauldron
Man By Name Of Denver
Coming Back
Where Does The Garbage Go?
Good Friends Won’t Rip You Off
Ballad Of A Jailbreak Wedding
When I Was Old

Licensed under a Creative Commons-License.
Creative Commons License

The Wind Whistles think they sound like a cross of Lemonheads and Violent Femmes while people tell them they sound like a cross of the Decemberists and the Moldy Peaches. Beginning in the spring of 2006, they’ve done the usual artist thing: demo, radio, festivals, tours, friends and lots and lots of shows. In 2007, they have released their first full length “window sills” and try to spread it around as much as they can. That’s why they have decided to re-release their 12-track LP under a creative commons license. We found them on Jamendo and now they are part of the aaahh records family.

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  1. Hello!

    I am part of a student team that made a music video for the Wind Whistle’s song “Spooks.” We have been trying to get in contact with the band to send them a copy of the music video for them to use, but have been having a difficult time tracking down contact info. Do you have an email address of one of the members?

    Thank you!


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