After their first self titled full length in 2014, whose first press sold out in 2 months, human hands from birmingham, england are back with a new full length, still reminiscent of a lot of bands who were masters of the silent/loud game in the 90s, like boy’s life, julia or indian summer, but yet a more mature sound that still keeps your head nodding in time, melancholy, sad, yet full of hope, influenced by a lot of classic singer/songwriters like neill young. You can clearly hear the band has grown up a little, gone are the super furious outbreaks some of the songs had, yet the intensity stays. Human hands are a humble band, but they still have something to say, and when you listen to the record, you know they mean it.
morning sun lp by human hands
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