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Quiet Hollers: A Sharp, Dark and Unrestricted New Album

It is obvious on Amen Breaks how unconcerned the band was about falling into a certain genre or sound, compared to their first two records. There’s some of the alt-country sensibilities of the first record, and there’s some of the post-punk, indie-leaning type stuff that frequents the second record, but there are appearances from hip-hop style drum machines, swirling synths, string quartets and harmony-laden choruses.”

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