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At The Cut

by The Cave Singers

Welcome Joy by The Cave Singers

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At The Cut

by The Cave Singers

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Label: Matador
Welcome Joy reeks of the Pacific Northwest -- lumberjack vocals blend with lush acoustic melodies like rocky terrain melting into the sea. Seattle's the Cave Singers have tapped into their homeland's mysticism with a mix of brute and beauty that looks to tradition for inspiration. Pete Quirk's gruff howls cut through the trio's foot-stomping beats, tambourine taps and acoustic picks, providing a sound that takes on both classic rock ("At the Cut," "I Don't Mind") and traditional folk ("Townships"), like Fleetwood Mac and Woody Guthrie bunking together in the mountains.

About This Album

Welcome Joy reeks of the Pacific Northwest -- lumberjack vocals blend with lush acoustic melodies like rocky terrain melting into the sea. Seattle's the Cave Singers have tapped into their homeland's mysticism with a mix of brute and beauty that looks to tradition for inspiration. Pete Quirk's gruff howls cut through the trio's foot-stomping beats, tambourine taps and acoustic picks, providing a sound that takes on both classic rock ("At the Cut," "I Don't Mind") and traditional folk ("Townships"), like Fleetwood Mac and Woody Guthrie bunking together in the mountains.

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About This Album

Welcome Joy reeks of the Pacific Northwest -- lumberjack vocals blend with lush acoustic melodies like rocky terrain melting into the sea. Seattle's the Cave Singers have tapped into their homeland's mysticism with a mix of brute and beauty that looks to tradition for inspiration. Pete Quirk's gruff howls cut through the trio's foot-stomping beats, tambourine taps and acoustic picks, providing a sound that takes on both classic rock ("At the Cut," "I Don't Mind") and traditional folk ("Townships"), like Fleetwood Mac and Woody Guthrie bunking together in the mountains.