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Grand Duchy is an American alternative/electronic/art rock band formed in 2008 by Black Francis and his wife Violet Clark.[1]

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DiscographyEdit

  • Lovesick (2009)
    1. "Lovesick"
    2. "Vapors"
    3. "The Timbers"
  • Petits Fours (2009)
    1. "Come On Over To My House" – 2:45
    2. "Lovesick" – 3:52
    3. "Fort Wayne" – 4:37
    4. "Seeing Stars" – 3:29
    5. "Black Suit" – 4:29
    6. "The Long Song" – 5:15
    7. "Break the Angels" – 5:17
    8. "Ermesinde" – 4:04
    9. "Volcano!" – 3:34
  • Let the People Speak (2012)
    1. "The Lopsided World of L" – 0:23
    2. "See-Thru You" – 4:24
    3. "White Out" – 5:07
    4. "Where Is John Frum?" – 3:33
    5. "Geode" – 5:40
    6. "Shady" – 3:21
    7. "Annie Bliss" – 3:35
    8. "Dark Sparkles and the Beat" – 6:56
    9. "Two Lies and One Truth" – 2:50
    10. "Silver Boys" – 5:31
    11. "Illiterate Lovers" – 4:04
    12. "Face" – 6:37
    13. "Esther" – 3:53
    14. "ROTC" – 4:10
    15. "Let the People Speak" – 4:39

Other collaborationsEdit

In 2008, Grand Duchy covered the song "A Strange Day" by the British band The Cure in a tribute album entitled Just Like Heaven.

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Grand Duchy is Black Francis & Violet Clark; Cooking Vinyl to release duo's debut". Girl About Town. 2008-12-04. Archived from the original on 2012-08-25. Retrieved 2012-04-11.