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Congratulations Ha Ha Ha

by Wet Nose Hero

Indie folk, chamber pop.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. You Keep Thanking Me
3:50 album only
2. Garbage Bag
1:34 album only
3. Spectacular
4:29 album only
4. Fucking City
1:40 album only
5. Roberto the Animator
4:05 album only
6. Rain Song
2:35 album only
7. I Miss Your Breathing
3:47 album only
8. Congratulations Ha Ha Ha
3:15 album only
9. Love Letters
1:38 album only
10. Justine
2:53 album only


Album Notes
This is Wet Nose Hero’s brand spanking new EP, Congratulations ha ha ha. Based on the songs of Sarah Mangle, this quirky chamber folk album features Mangle as a modern storyteller, with bold and unusual string quartet arrangements by members Cassie Norton, Ingrid Wissink, and Leah McKell, and guest cellists. Add euphonium warmth by Montreal jazz musician Greg Burton, and sweet singing by Lake of Stew’s Dan McKeil, and you have got some bittersweet salt-water taffy on your hands.


“…it's still not the choice of instruments that makes Wet Nose Hero a unique band. It's the brilliant string arrangements that makes the essentially simple songs soar...Wet Nose Hero and their new album is a fantastic effort that adds itself to the list of noteworthy Montreal talent.” -MidnightPoutine.ca

“Wet Nose Hero can stand the test, she stands singing and strumming on cracked and cracking ice, warm toque and wool mitts in early March… her vocals are brilliant, and they draw an ornate frame around the song, with grace, telling you where to look.” –Said The Gramophone

“I know fame isn't everything, but why this band isn't more famous seems like a great injustice, to everyone.” –Shameless



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