The Man Felt An Iron Hand Grasp Him By The Hair, At The Nape. Not One Hand, A Hundred Hands Seized Him, Each By The Hair, And Tore Him Head To Foot, The Way You Tear Up A Sheet Of Paper, Into Hundreds Of Little Pieces.
Part A Minor Forest, part Tarentel, part Italian film score, and part classic rock for acoustic guitars, accordion, upright bass, and really loud drums. This startling Bay-area four-piece combines complex arrangements and subtle mood shifts to create a beautiful space somewhere between tense and overwhelming. In less skilled hands, the thought of acoustic guitars, accordion, bass and drums running circles around each other sounds like a surefire recipe for bad dance moves. But leave it to these boys to be the ones to pull it off. It's unique, it's impeccably crafted, and it's so gorgeous.TRACK LISTING