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  1. City and Colour - Weightless Stage On Sixth (Austin, TX), 03/15/ By Paste Magazine | November 7, Music Audio City and Colour. Share Tweet Submit Pin. Tags. city and colour; live.
  2. Weightless City and Colour. Album Little Hell. Weightless Lyrics. Come close, lay next to me Come close, lay next to me I need to tell you something important So stay close, remain next to me.
  3. Little Hell is the third album by City and Colour, released on June 7, Besides Dallas Green who recorded the majority of the instrumentals himself, contributing musicians on the record include Daniel Romano of Attack in Black, Dylan Green and Scott Remila of Raising the Fawn, Nick Skalkos of The Miniatures, Misha Bower of Bruce Peninsula and Anna Jarvis and Jordan Mitchell of The Rest.
  4. Album Details Vinyl LP pressing. release, the third solo album from Canadian singer/songwriter Dallas Green AKA City & Colour. Alternately sparse and inviting, intense and delicate, Little Hell shows music fans another side of Green's incredible songwriting skills, and .
  5. Vinyl LP pressing. release, the third solo album from Canadian singer/songwriter Dallas Green AKA City & Colour. Alternately sparse and inviting, intense and delicate, Little Hell shows music fans another side of Green's incredible songwriting skills, and features some of his finest songs to date/5(97).
  6. City and Colour - Fragile Bird 7 inch Vinyl - White. sold out. City and Colour - Weightless 7 inch Vinyl - White. sold out. City and Colour - Covers, Pt 2 Vinyl - 7 inch. Only 2 available City and Colour - Thirst 7 inch - purple Vinyl. Only 1 available.
  7. Weightless by City And Colour Intro, verse and solo voicings: Dm Fmaj7 e|| || B|| || G|| || D|| || A|| || E|-x-| || or 0 (if it is.
  8. Jun 07,  · If you took Finger Eleven, folded them into Metallica and sprinkled Alice in Chains on top you'd have City and Colour. `Weightless' is a great introduction to this band because it shows power within restraint. There isn't anything overly dramatic or even loud here, considering that the track is pretty subdued, but it really grabs you/5(5).

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