Melodic Revolution Records is proud to announce that Potters’ Daughter has returend with their latest release “Casually Containing Rage

Casually Containing Rage speaks differently to each of the three songs on the EP, but especially to their song about racial injustice, “We Could Be“. 

To My Love  
(Dyanne Potter Voegtlin, Jan-Christian Vögtlin) 
Dyanne Potter Voegtlin-vocals
Amit Chatterjee-guitar
Jan-Christian Vögtlin-bass
Patrick Carmichael-drums
Tom Borthwick-soundscaping 

Accidentally Like A Marty
(Warren Zevon) 
Dyanne Potter Voegtlin-piano, vocal
Jan-Christian Vögtlin-bass, guitar, drum programming 

We Could Be
(Dyanne Potter Voegtlin, Jan-Christian Vögtlin) 
Dyanne Potter Voegtlin-keyboards, vocals
Jan-Christian Vögtlin-bass, drum programming, guitar synth,
NPR Radio broadcast David Greene

Produced by Dyanne Potter Voegtlin 
Co-produced by Amitava Chatterjee (1), Joseph Wiggy Wegleski (1,3), Jan-Christian Vögtlin (1,2,3) 
Recorded at SI Studio (1,3) and JCV Sound Design (2) Engineered by Joseph “Wiggy” Wegleski (1,3) and Jan-Christian Vögtlin (2) Mastered by Tom Borthwick

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Potters’ Daughter also premiered their NEW VIDEO “We Could Be” during their set at ProgStock. The striking video of “We Could Be” was created by the talented filmmaker, Serena Künzler Watch it here!


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