They're armed this time not just with mystical choral samples but with savage sax lines and braying harmonica.
Here's a song off Sean Rowe's new album.
Ten focused, thought-out, meticulously crafted tracks with a sense of togetherness that’s once again a massive stride upward from their last output.
Heartless finds the group clearly anxious to break through to the masses.
In the Company deliver room shaking sludge that feels like nuanced rock and roll.
The Friday night crowd – a mix of longtime fans and 20-somethings – was here for a perfect mix of past and present.
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Rowe has an ability to so precisely capture human moments that his songs at times do rival the ability of cinema to communicate the human condition.
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