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Turn To Each Other

by And The Kids

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grounded77 That's not bass! Well according to the liner notes, there's no bass guitar on the album. I love bass guitar sure, but if your band fills in the bass parts by playing low notes on the electric guitar, well then! After "Destination celebration" is said, those guitar notes and the cymbals crashing oh yes. Favorite track: Devastation Celebration.
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INDECIBELGE One of the best debut albums. The music is both dark and luminous, ethereal and massy, full of frights and wonders. It's like a walk in a fairy yet threatening land, on the edge of a beautiful and strange dream. My best 2015 album.
Excellent album. La musique est à la fois sombre et lumineuse, éthérée et massive, pleine de frayeurs et de merveilles. Une promenade à travers un paysage féérique et menaçant, un rêve merveilleux qui menace de basculer à tout moment. Mon meilleur album de 2015. Favorite track: Secret Makeout Factory.
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Greg Householter Angsty, beautifully written music and lyrics. Coupled with one of the most fun live show I may have ever seen despite less than 20 people showing up, definitely a new favorite. (All Day All Night is also brainwash-worthy) Favorite track: Secret Makeout Factory.
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Recently called one of “the Western Mass. indie scene’s brightest creative lights” by Pitchfork, Northampton, Massachusetts’ And The Kids recently released their debut full-length album, Turn to Each Other (Signature Sounds). Turn to Each Other is more than an album title: it’s a statement of fact for the band, whose bond — as musicians, friends and creative foils — is as tight as they come.

The album features 11 tracks full of ringing guitars from Hannah Mohan, knotty rhythms from drummer Rebecca Lasaponaro and bold accents from synthesizers and percussion by Megan Miller. Together, they create “apocaplyptic pop”, a dizzying stop-start ride with lush, intricate soundscapes that frame Mohan’s lively lead vocals. NPR Music recently raved, “Guitarist Hannah Mohan’s striking vocals rival the vibrato and boldness of Siouxsie Sioux… [And The Kids] make music that’s both fearless and entertaining.”

An ongoing struggle with border issues for Miller, a Canadian citizen, initiated the addition of bassist Taliana Katz to the touring ensemble. Katz made her debut as part of the band at their NPR Tiny Desk Concert and continues to carry the energy of the album to the stage.

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released February 17, 2015

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And The Kids Northampton, Massachusetts

On Friends Share Lovers, And The Kids channel existential crises into pop euphoria.
With this sleight of hand, the Northampton, MA based quartet manages to conjure chunky indie rock, blissful new wave, chamber folk, jarring avant-garde, and brawny classic rock.

Friends Share Lovers is that pivotal release, the follow up to a well-received album from a promising young band.
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