Breathe Owl Breathe is one of the latest folk indie bands that’s caught our attention. They’re currently touring in support of their latest album, Magic Central, which was released September 28th on Hometapes (also the label for Bear In Heaven, another SFCritic favorite). The male vocalist reminds me a little of Erlend Øye (vocalist for Whitest Boy Alive and Kings of Convenience). Their music emphasizes electronic instrumentation, making them more like Feist, than folk Americana.
They will be playing next Tuesday (October 26th) at Bottom of The Hill, which should be an amazing show. I won’t begin explaining why Bottom of The Hill is entirely deserving of the nomenclature “awesome” because there’s nothing more than to say than, it is.
Breathe Owl Breathe: “Across The Loch”
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