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Sickrant (or Dicky Higgins as he is more commonly known) is a humble musician, whos ancestry can be traced back as far as that lad that used to put olive oil on bus stop benches , Ghandhi i think his name was. Born under the light of a 20 Watt ES11 Economy lightbulb, Sickrant always had a love for music, ever since he was given an egg timer for his 2nd birthday. His music is often described as mulch, and he once ordered a copy of The Wind and the Willows: Audiobook as narrated by Sir Patrick Stewart. He later went on record to say that it was "pretty good yeah".

Sickrant Francis Higgins, Galway, Ireland

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  • Now We are Six (cover) Artwork

    Now We are Six (cover)

    Sickrant on October 14, 2013 21:03
  • Kerouac (guitar) Artwork

    Kerouac (guitar)

    Sickrant on August 23, 2013 21:59
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  • Dragonfly! (cover) Artwork

    Dragonfly! (cover)

    Sickrant on May 16, 2013 23:21
  • Abacus! (cover) Artwork

    Abacus! (cover)

    Sickrant on April 27, 2013 12:17
  • End Credits (piano and strings) Artwork

    End Credits (piano and strings)

    Sickrant on March 10, 2013 22:43
  • 21 (guitar) Artwork

    21 (guitar)

    Sickrant on March 10, 2013 13:53
  • Coast (guitar) Artwork

    Coast (guitar)

    Sickrant on February 03, 2013 17:05
  • Lost at Sea (piano) Artwork

    Lost at Sea (piano)

    Sickrant on January 01, 2013 22:33
  • Slow (piano) Artwork

    Slow (piano)

    Sickrant on December 28, 2012 00:53
  • Forest Artwork

    Forest

    Sickrant on December 28, 2012 00:15
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