Friday, September 25, 2009

Hallelujah the Hills strikes again

Their Colonial Drones is out this week on Misra Records. I reviewed it for Blurt and the review went up yesterday.

Hallelujah the Hills, out of Boston, build rough symphonies out of homespun materials and shouted choruses out of existential crisis. With their battered orchestra pit of brass and strings, slightly unstrung sincerity, and way with an unstoppable melody, they are, perhaps, the best latter day heir to Neutral Milk Hotel.


“Blank Passports”

1 comment:

Syd The Squid said...

looking forward to this!