Bells and Hunters | The Static Sea - EP

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The Static Sea - EP

by Bells and Hunters

The debut EP from the unique DC based band is an eclectic set that contains elements of acoustic folk, garage rock, and spacey spookiness behind soulful vocals and honest musings.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Stoplight
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2. Party Host
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3. Mystery Tide
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4. Morning Biscuit
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5. Me Too, Flower Girl
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
All songs performed by Bells and Hunters

Kelly Beavers - vocals
Keith Fischer - guitar, vocals
Kurt Kramer - drums, vocals
Cliff Reed - bass
Orind Adams - guitar, vocals
Nate Fletcher - guitar, harmonica

Mike Huckleberry lends additional vocals on "Morning Biscuit"

Recorded Winter 2010 at Cue Studios - Fall Church, VA
Engineered by Keith Burrell
Additional engineering by Sean Russell

Mixed by Sean Russell at Cue Studios - Falls Church, VA
Mastered by Bill Wolf at Wolf Productions - Arlington , VA

Album artwork and photography by Keith Fischer
Additional artwork design by Nate Fletcher and Kelly Ann Beavers


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Wannabe Lodger

Wading in the Static Sea
B&H's new EP takes you for a ride - Kelly's vocal style is part soul, part Nashville, but totally captivating. Tracks 1-3 find you foot tapping, smiling, and happy. Then Morning Biscuit comes on and slaps you in the face - Fischer's hard-charging vocals take you to a different place, with the solid guitar licks and crunches.

This is an eclectic band that defies genres...they are on permanent rotation on my Itunes list and I look forward to more out of this talented band.

Aaron

Soulzilla
I received a preview of Stoplight and Party Host about a bit ago. The scuffed silk vocals blew me completely away. They were put into serious rotation and I've been jonesing for another hit since.