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Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Download Three New Tracks From S.F. Wildman Bird By Snow

Posted By on Wed, Dec 8, 2010 at 4:47 PM

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Fletcher Tucker is a product of the wilds of Nothern California and the Pacific northwest, so it's not entirely surprising that his music sounds the way it does: subtle, remote, rich, contemplative. Bird By Snow released a full-length, Common Wealth, earlier this year; today, Tucker is offerring two woodsy, hypnotic tracks for download as a digital 7-inch, plus another new song.

Not exactly crafted into pop-accessible bites, on this new digital 7-inch, Bird By Snow layers vocal melodies on top of each other for a thick stream, and accompanies them with minimal instrumentation and percussion. It's beautiful music for the rainy season.



Another new song, "Across the Water" offers a more lush, familiar-sounding take on the band's sound. We recommend you start here, and if you like what you hear, check out the 7-inch above.


[via Magnet]

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