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Premier: Planes On Paper’s “The Ruins”

Posted by November 28th, 2014 8 Comments »

Earlier this month Contributor Adrienne Pollock reviewed the Ruins, the forthcoming second EP from Northwest Indie folk band Planes On Paper. As the record’s January 1 release date approaches, the band were nice enough to let us exclusively stream the title track, a song that frontman Navid Eliot says is “about rebuilding, in light of both the beautiful and the horrible recollections of the past.”

The Ruins
 was recorded in Seattle producer Dave Miner’s basement studio, The Chartreuse Muffin, and is the first time Planes On Paper have recorded with a full band. (Eliot and his partner Jen Borst recorded the first EP  live as duo.)

Planes On Paper are one of several great local bands playing the Timbrrr! Winter Music Festival in Leavenworth on January 9-10. 

8 thoughts on “Premier: Planes On Paper’s “The Ruins”

  1. Anne Caffery says:


  2. Jamie R. says:

    I love this band, and both Navid and Jen are just soo kind! Looking forward to my copy of this album!

  3. John Riggs says:

    love it!

  4. Kevin says:

    So beautiful. Reminds me so much of Rusty Willoughby’s “Cobirds Unite”. Same instrumentation, very similar voices, harmonizing in very similar ways. Just great.

  5. Bruce & Leslie Whiteside says:

    Beautiful! We love Planes On Paper….can’t wait to hear them in concert!

  6. C.Nathan says:

    Sounds nice…think I’ll take my Mother out to your gig

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