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Dusk @ Schuba’s, 10-23-19

Updated: Jan 22, 2020

Catharsis in the Fall


Begin with a fall day of sunshine and when the sun goes down, crisp guitars bring bright vocals in the dark. There is the voracity of punk in their voices but close harmonies that pair with steel guitar and twangs. Emotion can be found vertically and timbrally. We talk about daily productivity and grow more mature; catharsis is welcomed with warmness.

Ryley’s words can be heard.

Julia throws down her hands while singing.

Ridley sings along without a sound — there is no mic.

Amos smiles and counts in his friends.

Tyler holds up his guitar as they move forward.

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