Hear, Hear! | Hide Your Faces

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Hide Your Faces

by Hear, Hear!

Ambitious, innovative instrumental indie, comprised of intriguing rhythms, eccentric melodies, and the occasional ethereal explosion.
Genre: Rock: Math Rock
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2. …and Yet the Bridge Is Beautiful
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3. The Smithe Process
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4. How Natural, Right, and Proper
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5. One Airplane Up
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6. Doves Burning Seas
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7. My Animal in Ink
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8. Here Is the Immaculate Number Chamber
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9. It Looks Like They Have Their Own Couches! Do We Have Our Own Br
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10. Imaginary Binary
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11. Rose-colored Misanthrope With a Grey Necktie
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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hear, hear! is a three piece instrumental band from Murfreesboro, Tennessee..

hide your faces is a two-disc album, each disc representing an era in the band’s existence——the first disc, ‘our arms: flailing’ and the second, ‘the stimulant shift.’ The sub-album titles articulate the evolution of their sound, separating songs written before and after the addition of the third member.


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