Don't You Rise

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Don't You Rise
EP by
Released2009
Genre Dunedin sound, Indie pop, Alternative rock
Label Slumberland Records SLR 90
Producer The Bats
The Bats chronology
The Guilty Office
(2008)
Don't You Rise
(2009)
Free All the Monsters
(2011)

Don't You Rise is an EP released in 2009 by New Zealand band The Bats. [1]

Contents

Track listing

7", 33 ⅓ RPM
No.TitleLength
1."That's How You Found Me" 
2."You Don't Belong" 
3."Don't You Rise" 
4."Face Inside The Sun" 

Personnel

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