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  1. The Violet Burning, an Album by The Violet Burning. Released 20 February on Domo (catalog no. DOM ; CD). Genres: Alternative Rock.
  2. the violet burning tonight my guitar is full of tears. We kissed as though nothing could fall. the new EP from THE VIOLET BURNING exclusively when you us fundraise. Thanks for your support to help us complete this new music. Facebook Instagram YouTube Twitter ©THE VIOLET BURNING •tonight my guitar is full of tears.
  3. The Violet Burning, The Loudest Sound in My Heart () - "The Violet Burning is one of the most tragically underappreciated rock bands out there. Lead vocalist Michael Pritzl embodies sincerity and raw passion, and The Loudest Sound in My Heart, a live album, captures that while showcasing some of the band's greatest songs. The Violet Burning's music is a beautiful concoction of rock, gothic, .
  4. Explore releases from The Violet Burning at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Violet Burning at the Discogs Marketplace.
  5. The Violet Burning is an independent American Christian alternative rock band based in Boston, vipasriapathtohisbiomolrogastilo.coinfo band was formed in in Orange County, California by Michael J. Pritzl.. The band is the project of singer, songwriter and guitarist Michael J. Pritzl. Their first album was released by Vineyard Music with subsequent recording release on independent labels such as New Breed, Domo.
  6. Gorgeous This song is by The Violet Burning and appears on the album Demonstrates Plastic and Elastic () on the album I Am A Stranger In This Place () on the album The Loudest Sound In My Heart () I swear it was the Fourth of July And I could barely raise my eyes You were the rockets You were the show You were the colours, Oh the light the glow Colour me in rags of light Bury me.
  7. Oct 31,  · Listen to The Loudest Sound in My Heart on Spotify. The Violet Burning · Song · Music Duration: 2 min.
  8. It was the loudest sound In my heart It was the loudest sound I could hear It sang "Hallelujah, Here you come" "Hallelujah," we sang. "Here you come" And my heart Was turning inside out My heart Was turning inside out We sang, "Hallelujah, Here you come" With our lights out This is the way home With our lights out This is the way home.

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