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Formally a member of New York folk group Woods, Kevin Morby has made a name for himself with his four acclaimed solo releases (the first album HarlemRiveris absolutely beautiful). These songs, 'Destroyer' and 'Black Flowers', come from his third record Singing Saw, which was chosen for Pitchfork Best New Music. 'Destroyer' is an autobiographical minimalistic keyboard ballad, a distant cousin of the full band album version. 'Black Flowers' on this single borrows less from the sweeping orchestras of Leonard Cohen's catalog and more from the melancholic austerity of Bert Jansch.
Formally a member of New York folk group Woods, Kevin Morby has made a name for himself with his four acclaimed solo releases (the first album HarlemRiveris absolutely beautiful). These songs, 'Destroyer' and 'Black Flowers', come from his third record Singing Saw, which was chosen for Pitchfork Best New Music. 'Destroyer' is an autobiographical minimalistic keyboard ballad, a distant cousin of the full band album version. 'Black Flowers' on this single borrows less from the sweeping orchestras of Leonard Cohen's catalog and more from the melancholic austerity of Bert Jansch.
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Formally a member of New York folk group Woods, Kevin Morby has made a name for himself with his four acclaimed solo releases (the first album HarlemRiveris absolutely beautiful). These songs, 'Destroyer' and 'Black Flowers', come from his third record Singing Saw, which was chosen for Pitchfork Best New Music. 'Destroyer' is an autobiographical minimalistic keyboard ballad, a distant cousin of the full band album version. 'Black Flowers' on this single borrows less from the sweeping orchestras of Leonard Cohen's catalog and more from the melancholic austerity of Bert Jansch.
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