Since Laura Burnhenn's old band Georgie James broke up in 2008, she's concentrated on going it alone and developing her songwriting skills. Having written a full album worth of material by spring 2009 she later teamed up with Richard Swift after a brief meeting at SxSW. Together the pair fine-tuned Laura's motown tinged songs and created her debut album What We Lose In The Fire We Gain In The Flood.
The Mynabirds instantly found a home at Saddle Creek records who previewed Laura's material at this years SxSW in Austin.
The video for Numbers Don't Lie was directed by Alan Tanner.
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