Jonas Sees in Color (album)

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Jonas Sees in Color
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Studio album by Jonas Sees in Color
Released September 29, 2009
Recorded Candyland Studios
Denver, Colorado
Genre Rock, alternative, indie, pop
Length 38:30
Label Glassnote
Producer Aaron Johnson
Jonas Sees in Color chronology
'Jonas Sees in Color' Give Me Mine
Singles from
Jonas Sees in Color
  1. "Loose Threads"
    Released: April 20, 2010
  2. "Stand Tall"
    Released: August 12, 2010

Jonas Sees in Color is the debut album by American rock band Jonas Sees in Color, released on September 29, 2009 by Glassnote Records. It was produced by Aaron Johnson at Candyland Studios in Denver, Colorado, the same studio used by The Fray to record both of their albums. The record was engineered by Warren Huart.[1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "I Own These Streets" 3:27
2. "Luck and Love" 3:24
3. "Avalanche" 3:54
4. "Stand Tall" 3:15
5. "Loose Threads" 3:14
6. "For the Fences" 2:56
7. "West Coast" 3:37
8. "Sky Keeps Falling" 3:39
9. "Devil in the City" 2:30
10. "Outside These Walls" 3:15
11. "Water on the Rise" 5:21

B-sides[edit]

While in the studio, Jonas Sees in Color recorded other songs which weren't put on the album. These songs include "South is Home" and an alternative version of "Sky Keeps Falling" which was piano-only.

Credits[edit]

Jonas Sees in Color

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