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Their four-part vocal harmonies rustle up the leaves of your soul with an audible nod to Crosby, Stills, Nash And Young. Stylistically, Fleet Foxes or Midlake sit only a stone’s throw away, yet this comparison with their contemporaries don’t sit so well with the band. Drummer Tomer insists: “There’s any number of bands who sing multi-part harmonies, that’s all it is really. There are major differences, I mean, Fleet Foxes, we rock much harder than them, and there’s a level of musicianship we display that they don’t, though I’m not saying they’re not capable of it. Everyone in this band can play their asses off in a way that’s more than just simply capable or highly technical, there’s soul.”
Reid Morrison, Sam Beer, Tomer Danan, Laurie Sherman, Matthew Starritt