Hear This Band Today: sleepyhands

Harmonies are all the rage these days. Bands like Fleet Foxes, and Boy and Bear  are proving that multiple male voices can create fantastic music, whereas artists like Cloud Control and The Middle East are demonstrating that a different sort of depth can be attained through the interweaving of both genders’ voices, and sleepyhands are one more band that can attest to the power of ‘he says while she says.’

With their 5-track EP created with the assistance of garage-wonderkid Jonathan Boulet, track Autumn March features Local Natives-esque percussion and languid, spiralling melodies. And, most importantly, they know how to capture the vibe of this breezy, entrancing song in an image, to which the above picture can attest.

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  1. Pingback: Festive Goodness from sleepyhands | i heard a song today

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