High up there in the hills I hear my songs I cannot sing Yet I'm chained to my head I left my mind into my bed. Scared of failing in the end My iron shields begin to bend Headstart, it gave me nothing I was the first to get nowhere. If I could only reach If I could only see The hills behind the hills. Like a bullet from a gun I'm drawn further from the son What used to be my shining star Is now replaced and has come and gone. If I could only reach If I could only see The hills.
Ewert and The Two Dragons is an Estonian indie-rock band. The line-up consists of vocalist Ewert Sundja, guitarist Erki Pärnoja, drummer Kristjan Kallas, and bassist Ivo Etti. Their debut album The Hills Behind The Hills was released in 2009. The follow-up Good Man Down was recorded at the beginning of 2011 and was released in April on I Love You Records. The group's third album, Circles, was released in 2015 on Sire Records.
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Album by Ewert and The Two Dragons. The Hills Behind The Hills. What You Reap Is What You Sow. All Rise. I Can See Yer House From Here. Troubled Me. When You Put Your Head Up High.
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On February 24, Ewert And The Two Dragons will release their new album, Circles, through Sire/Warner Music. Following 2009’s The Hills Behind the Hills and 2011’s Good Man Down, it’s the Estonian rock band’s third full-length album – and we’re excited to premiere the entire album for you to listen to right now. Unlike the band’s previous two albums, which were recorded in Estonia without a strict timeframe, Circles was made in Seattle in a few fast weeks. Our sound as a band has changed year after year, and the main factor to all this is us playing live, touring together and growing more and more together as people and as a band. Recording the album is one thing – it’s a specific process that we really enjoy - but you can never predict if something you do in the studio is going to work as well in front of an audience on the stage.
Album · 2009 · 9 Songs. The Hills Behind the Hills Ewert and the Two Dragons. Listen on Apple Music.