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The Feralings

by The Feralings

Lush modern-folk-Americana stories of imperfection and magic, wrapped in banjo, mandolin, acoustic guitar, upright bass, the occasional fiddle and piano, and lots of harmonies.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Humming Machines
2:55 $1.00
2. Maybe Maybelline
4:19 $1.00
3. Perennials
3:25 $1.00
4. I Shall Bring You Flowers (Sun God)
4:08 $1.00
5. Lila
4:34 $1.00
6. Weeds in the Wall
4:20 $1.00
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Album Notes
Ralph Waldo Emerson. Diesel. Morning glories. AM radio. These all influence Iowa acoustic roots trio The Feralings, as do the gently sloping landscapes of the Iowa countryside and the sound of tornado sirens squealing and the rumble of trucks on I-80. This long-awaited debut EP, titled simply “The Feralings”, was recorded over the course of several years, as the band navigated parenthood, life changes, and personal struggles, and it showcases the power and intimacy of the band’s enthralling live performances.


"It’s an album of original, memorable, emotionally resonant songs that ends too soon, and which the listener will want to play over and over again."
- The Fairfield Weekly Reader

“beautiful song writing and stellar musicianship”
-Iowa City Music Scene

“a soaring take on bluegrass”

“Always a delight”
-Little Village

“simply put, damn good original music”
-Summer of the Arts

“Nicole’s voice is slightly breathless, warm and uncontrived enough to draw in her audience after only a few lines”
-The Cedar Rapids Gazette

“ tight three-part harmony, outstanding songcraft and hot acoustic picking”



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