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The Cornelius Crane

The Cornelius Crane are a group of collective musicians and writers from the east of Manchester. They have an ethos of making music with no constrictions of trend or pressures of economics, merely tracking down what appeals to them in the moment, broaching subjects as diverse as corporate urbanisation to sexual eaves dropping.

Check out their links at Facebook, ReverbNation, and their website.

You can see them at the Ramsbottom Festival playing “Soul in the Lightning” right here:

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