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Broken Fences

by Broken Fences

This album is the product of 14 incredibly prolific months of collaboration by this indie-folk duo from Pittsburgh, PA. The album is filled with haunting melodies, intricate harmonies, and imaginative lyrical imagery.
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1. Song for You
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2. Reach
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3. Simplicity
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4. Today It's Raining On Just You
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5. Digital 60s
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6. Listen to My Voice
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7. For a Long Time Coming
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8. Locked Inside
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9. Fairy Tale
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10. Lifeline
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11. Weakest State
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12. Wait (Remastered Single)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Their amazing talent creates a music so innocent and raw, that it needs nothing more than two guitars and two voices… they are undeniably a shooting star on Pittsburgh's musical horizon” ~ Christine O’Leary (The Pittsburgh Scene)

“Amazing…Phenomenal” ~Brian Thompson (The DIY Daily Podcast)

This album, Broken Fences, is the product of the most prolific 14 months of two songwriters' lives.

Morgan Erina & Guy Russo began writing and performing together as Broken Fences in 2010, and have developed a sound that suggests a meeting between Bon Iver and Simon & Garfunkel. They’ve taken their two vastly different worldviews (She’s from NYC, he’s from Pittsburgh, PA), and melded them into an honest and powerful style of indie-folk, one that’s as current as it is timeless.

They may look young, but Guy & Morgan have years of musical experience and training behind them. Morgan Erina, twenty-three, is already an industry veteran, having headlined a national tour, and recorded several albums of solo material. Though born and raised in the Bronx, NY, she followed family friend and musical collaborator Justin Sane of Anti-Flag to Pittsburgh in the summer of 2010. Since then she’s shot to the top of the folk scene, landing on the cover of the September, 2010 issue of the City Paper and selling out shows across the city. Guy Russo, in turn, grew up in Forest Hills, a suburb of Pittsburgh, and has sung and led choirs since he’s been old enough to perform. He has a unique talent for crafting beautiful, unexpected harmonies, and has acquired a reputation as the go-to arranger for many of Pittsburgh’s top songwriters.

Though they come from different sides of the fence, the musical bond that Guy & Morgan share is indelible, and instantly recognizable. They are a markedly prolific pair— the two wrote enough songs to fill several albums before recording a single note. In December of 2011 the duo’s first single, “Wait,” was featured on Ion network’s hit drama “Flashpoint.” It was also the DIY Daily Podcast’s “Song of the Week” for February 20th–25th, 2012. Today, they’re hard at work on a stunning debut LP, Broken Fences, due out in the summer of 2012. Crystal harmonies, intense live performances and tremendous songwriting talent have marked Broken Fences the new group to watch out of Pittsburgh.


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Matt Scott

I can't review the album, but the samples are amazing
I haven't bought the album because I'm broke, but I think I'll add it to my shopping list. Very soothing amazing music from a new (to me at least) duo.

Beth Meininger

My New Favorite
I just LOVE This CD. I bought one and ended up giving it as a gift to a friend. Today, I bought three more - one for me and two for gifts! It's my new favorite CD! ...Beautiful harmonies, lyrics, creative soothing melodies; Broken Fences is a winner!~