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Married duo Ellery released "This Isn’t Over Yet," produced by Grammy winner Malcolm Burn (Emmylou Harris, Bob Dylan, Kaki King, Iggy Pop, Dan Lanois) in 2010, generating a a buzz that resulted in songs featured on Paste Magazine's CD sampler, in the TV drama "One Tree Hill," and in January's #1 box office hit "No Strings Attached." 
Written over two tumultuous years, the long-awaited album was recorded just before Tasha fell into a clinical depression that took the couple off the road and into a very different and now-vibrant life as writers and musicians. (For example, Tasha is currently in grad school studying Poetry; Justin is making recordings aplenty. "The break from touring has been beautiful," says Tasha. "Not that we don't miss it. Like crazy.")

While the duo's off the road, "This Isn't Over Yet" - as well as the holiday EP that followed it - continue to ignite a diverse and enthusiastic fanbase, with which the Goldens are committed to keeping in touch. Known for their acoustic lush-pop, Ellery has garnered awards and acclaim since their debut in 2006, including win at 2007’s NewSong International Songwriting Contest, a PBS concert event that's been continually renewed and re-aired across the country, and multiple latter round placements in Paste Magazine’s Cayamo Contest. Honing their sound through years of extensive touring, the band has shared the stage with such luminaries as Hem, Vienna Teng, Teddy Thompson, Over the Rhine and Dar Williams.

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