Bobtown | Chasing the Sun

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Chasing the Sun

by Bobtown

Americana that calls upon elements of folk, country and rock, with harmony and creative arrangements being the glue that holds it all together and makes it soar.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Daughters of the Dust
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2. Kryptonite
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3. Come on Home
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4. American Girl
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5. Hazel
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6. Let You Go
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7. In My Bones
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8. This Is My Heart
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9. Devil Down
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10. No Man's Land
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Hailing from NYC, Bobtown's distinctive brand of Americana incorporates elements of folk, pop, gospel and country, but the quintet is perhaps most widely known for their unique vocal arrangements and harmony. The band has released 4 acclaimed full-length CDs, have been featured on NPR's "All Songs Considered" and are folk festival regulars in the Northeast. The group was originally conceived as a mostly a capella project, but the members have incorporated more and more instruments over the years, making their live shows unpredictable, with audiences never knowing if they'll get an acoustic or electric show (or something in betweeen). The international blog, Americana UK sums Bobtown up best, saying: "If you're looking for acoustic, Gothic-folk-Americana kissed with gorgeous harmonies then look no further."

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