Sans Abri | Shelter

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by Sans Abri

ALT-ROOTSTIC: acoustic oriented-alt-country-popesque duo connected to acoustic intricacies and Americana alt-roots music.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Self Preservation
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2. The Scientist
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3. Weights
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4. Every Turn
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5. One Pill a Day
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“Shelter is a truly outstanding album that is much deeper than at first glance. Erwin and Paynter's voices entertwine, bounce off each other and harmonize, as do their instruments. It's really something to hear the way they work together to create something lyrical, entertaining, and yes, beautiful. It's already one of my favorite albums this year.”
- Rachel Cholst, Adobe and Teardrops (Oct 30, 2013)

“Sans Abri provides a refreshing sound with the album "Shelter." The lyrics are honest and have depth to them. The songs were written intentionally, not just thrown together. The combination of the voices of the duo and the instruments create a natural, pure sound. The songs are organized to contrast one another. The more serious songs are surrounded by optimistic ones, creating a variety of emotions upon listening to the album.”
- Hannah Smith, Red and Black (Oct 30, 2013)

“Guitar and mandolin interplay forms the tension and playfulness of Shelter, with Erwin and Paynter’s harmonies dotting moments of healing. Where at first the songs of Shelter may appear to be sarcastic, tossed-off jokes, further analysis finds both depth and longing to be probed.” - Bucket Full of Nails (Oct 29, 2013)


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