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Human Bell

Human Bell

Baltimore’s Dave Heumann and Nathan Bell pack up the day jobs – humble string-twanging for post-punk sorts Lungfish as well as Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, and Papa M – and set out on their own trip. Banjo, vibraphone and rolling drums coalesce into eddying dust storms and roll off towards the horizon. It’s post-rock burning its beret, Americana for the post-apocalypse.



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8 / 10

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