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Isle of Love at the Universall Hall, Findhorn. Hope to see you in October! Our new album, ‘Cowardly Deeds’, was released in May on Olive Grove Records. Cowardly Deeds compresses joie de vivre into every note and a smart, self-deprecating wit into every rhyming couplet The National. An absorbing, hearty, impulsive collection of songs Gold Flake Paint. Executed with such joyful abandon that only the hardest of hearts could complain The Skinny.
Cowardly Deeds, 2016. Now playing: Ed Sheeran Perfect.
Eight-piece Randolph’s Leap are similarly inclined: their rock instrumentation is complimented by horns, piano and strings. However, each of these elements enter at selective points on the band’s second album, 'Cowardly Deeds', embellishing their main points rather than stealing the focus. Much like Belle & Sebastian, the tone of the band’s compositions is mostly steered by the person on the mic. Adam Ross’s drifting vocals are melodically adventurous yet never detract from the band’s mellow approach.
Randolph’s Leap is a Glasgow-based, folk-driven music collective that has a new album ready called "Cowardly Deeds". Randolph’s Leap tour dates. Sorry, we currently do not know any tour dates in your area. Randolph’s Leap on Social Media.
Download Now from Novafile. Randolphs Leap – Cowardly Deeds (2016). Short cuts from album: lower quality, for pre-listening only. Ambient, Downtempo, Chill Out, Lo-fi, Lounge, New Age, Celtic, Easy Listening (9,648). Classical Music, Instrumental, Christian, Gospel (2,121).
The Randolph's Leap Christmas Album is back again. We've added 'Warm Outside', an original song about Santa, climate change and old age. It appeared on an Olive Grove Records compilation last year and we're now offering it FOR FREE along with a bunch of festive cover versions we've been assembling over the last few years. Christmas Album, by Randolph's Leap.
The Cowardly Lion is a character in the fictional Land of Oz created by American author L. Frank Baum. He is an African lion, but he speaks and interacts with humans. Since lions are supposed to be "The Kings of Beasts," the Cowardly Lion believes that his fear makes him inadequate. He does not understand that courage means acting in the face of fear, which he does frequently