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Dotwav Twombly Cy (Joyful Noise Recordings 2018)

   Whispering tunes about how to build a house must be started from making a good foundation first. The exact movements and acoustic/live music slower harmonies added and thankfully, a low-profiled down to earth unit off Providence – Rhode Island as Indie Folk consisted for Ben Knox Miller, Bryan Minto, Florence Grace Wallis, Jeffrey Prystowsky and Jocie Adams but for the expression over Indie soft Pop upon The Salt Doll Went to Measure The Depth of The Sea album; thus experimenting Folk in a pre-judges story makes some architecture means something reasonable as the chained crane lifting up the building and the stairs appeared to help you climbing inside as miraculous as being stated in Psych-Folkish loving urban to rural to the near forest edge area singing together with the band – The Low Anthem over this twelve tracks on surely, not too commercial by parts to have a meaningful values and wiser lyrics to share to the audiences everywhere.

   Listen very carefully to the comforting lovely vocals and percussion beats in harmony with Give My Body Back, River Brine, Bone of Sailor None of Bird, The Krill Whistle Their Fight Song, Coral Crescent and Gondwanaland yet fall back to the end closing by Final Transmission From The Diving Umbrella actually, didn’t quite opening your thoughts about why this album suits to the water’s edge and farther deep rather than on land’s of man’s choice for saying no to stop – stuff related. 

Let yourself then, smile for the silly softer and friendly handshake and jokes too.

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