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HUS­BAND and wife duo Sound From Earth (pic­tured) al­low their mu­sic to re­flect their re­la­tion­ship. Clint and Julieanne Crighton write songs that tell sto­ries which ‘‘make you see new things and feel old things dif­fer­ently’’. Clint says that it is easy for them to ‘‘re­late to each other mu­si­cally, we write re­ally well to­gether,’’ he says. The New­cas­tle-based pair re­leased their de­but, self-ti­tled five-track EP this year and Clint says the lyrics are en­twined with South From Earth’s ex­pe­ri­ences. ‘‘We tell sto­ries about the peo­ple we meet and things that hap­pen to us,’’ he says. ‘‘We try and make the sto­ries as per­sonal as we can. Stylis­ti­cally, we are al­ways in­ves­ti­gat­ing new sounds. Our mu­sic is folk-based but we have rock and elec­tro ele­ments.’’ With Julieanne on synth and per­cus­sion and Clint on gui­tar, the pair share vo­cal du­ties. Sound From Earth ar­rive on the Coast to­day and are ex­cited to re­shape Nobby’s Orig­i­nals as the first tour­ing act to play the lo­cal event.

Sound From Earth, Karl S. Wil­liams, Sarah Shah and Brit­tany Burke play Lit­tle Beans tonight for Nobby’s Orig­i­nals.

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