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Then Came The Morning, the second album by Southern-born, Brooklyn-based indie-folk trio The Lone Bellow, opens with a crest of churchly piano, a patter of drums, and a fanfare of voices harmonizing like a sunrise. It’s a powerful introduction, enormous and overwhelming as Zach Williams, Brian Elmquist and Kanene Pipkin testify mightily to life’s great struggles and joys, heralding the morning that dispels the dark night: “Then came the morning! It was bright, like the light that you kept from your smile!” Working with producer Aaron Dessner of The National, the Lone Bellow created a sound that mixes folk sincerity, gospel fervor, even heavy metal thunder, but the heard of the band is harmony: three voices united in a Lone Bellow.
Then Came The Morning, the second album by Southern-born, Brooklyn-based indie-folk trio The Lone Bellow, opens with a crest of churchly piano, a patter of drums, and a fanfare of voices harmonizing like a sunrise. It’s a powerful introduction, enormous and overwhelming as Zach Williams, Brian Elmquist and Kanene Pipkin testify mightily to life’s great struggles and joys, heralding the morning that dispels the dark night: “Then came the morning! It was bright, like the light that you kept from your smile!” Working with producer Aaron Dessner of The National, the Lone Bellow created a sound that mixes folk sincerity, gospel fervor, even heavy metal thunder, but the heard of the band is harmony: three voices united in a Lone Bellow.
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Format: CD
Label: DCT
Rel. Date: 01/27/2015
UPC: 602341019521

Then Came the Morning
Artist: The Lone Bellow
Format: CD
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Then Came The Morning, the second album by Southern-born, Brooklyn-based indie-folk trio The Lone Bellow, opens with a crest of churchly piano, a patter of drums, and a fanfare of voices harmonizing like a sunrise. It’s a powerful introduction, enormous and overwhelming as Zach Williams, Brian Elmquist and Kanene Pipkin testify mightily to life’s great struggles and joys, heralding the morning that dispels the dark night: “Then came the morning! It was bright, like the light that you kept from your smile!” Working with producer Aaron Dessner of The National, the Lone Bellow created a sound that mixes folk sincerity, gospel fervor, even heavy metal thunder, but the heard of the band is harmony: three voices united in a Lone Bellow.
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