Black Owls | Lightning Made Us Who We Are

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Lightning Made Us Who We Are

by Black Owls

Rural glam rock meets punk blues in this groundswell of ominous, rich, smart, & darkly optimistic song craft.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. Welcome to the Owl
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2. Julias Morningstar
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3. Mrs Someday
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4. Lightning Made Us Who We Are
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5. The Only Sin Is Regret
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6. Altered Statesmen
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7. Mr Tornado
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8. Surf Nap
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9. We Travel On the Backs of Whales
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10. They Must Be Dead
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11. My Guitar Might Kill You
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12. Astronauts of Nothing
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13. Forecasting Monsters
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14. Stay Down Now (She Said)
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15. Electrified
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16. Drunken Helicopter Ride
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Black Owls sound has been defined as Mennonite Glam Punk. With influences ranging from vintage Stones to Talking Heads, Clash, MC5, Bowie, Animals, Mott & the Hoople to Devo & the Ramones. Lyrically reminiscent of Jim Carroll or Lou Reed, there is a sophisticated undertone to the fabled trailer witches, silver morons, astronauts of nothing, and altered statesmen that frequent the verse. Stylistically, the music swells, rages, stops and starts on \"floor tom-centric\" beats and punk-surf-blues guitars. Clash-esque anthems flow into elongated hypnotic jams, melding the classic stadium sound to a garage band attitude.

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