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White Lies

by Hunters.

Born from finger-picked acoustic guitars and steeped in sweetness and pain, White Lies is being hailed for its storytelling, honesty, and singular familiarity.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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Album Notes
White Lies is hunters.' debut album, and runs the gamut from country rock to ambient folk but never veers too far from the duo's tight folk arrangements. If you're a fan of The Head and the Heart, The Lumineers, or The Civil Wars, you'll love this.

“Their brand of folk music is second to none! It always seems to be when an American band gets in touch the music is amazing, and this is no exception.” --It’s All Indie

“If you’re a fan of alt-country that leans towards a poppy method, you’re going to fall in love with this. It’s rather endearing in its method, and it comes off as something familiar and comforting. It’s likely that it will be your best friend on your next big road trip.” -- We All Want Someone to Shout For

hunters. started in a garage across the bay from san francisco
soundproofed with foam egg pads
powered by a mixer from '79
debuted to a captive audience of spiders and giant millipedes


of the next song
the new sound
of ourselves and our satellites

we hunt the why and the how and the right combination
we are hunted by the lurking, great, wild, realization
that all we are is what we think, create, remember, and send into the ephemeral whatever

we hunt to live
to stave off the abyss for as long as we can

we are:
rosa del duca
born on a navajo reservation
raised in montana
enlisted at 17
a conscientious objector by 22
now liveslovesworkswrites in the bay

will decher
a california-tanned version of a virginia gentleman
a liberal raised by conservatives
a jew raised by catholics
vehicle of vicious humor
he plays a mean guitar
and resides in la

hunters. sounds like:
pick a word from the first column and pair it with one from the second

folk pop
indie rock
americana country
pop folk
alternative lo-fi
post alternative
country indie
rock twee

or just listen to the ep
it's called white lies

because its the starting point, not the finish line

thanks you!

Album Notes:

rosa – vocals
will – guitars
mark anthony calderon – bass
arron creechley – drums
charlie wilson – percussion, vocals, upright b.
lewis patzner - cello
dina maccabee - violin

produced by will/rosa/charlie wilson
recorded, mixed and mastered by charlie wilson at sonic zen records in berkeley, ca.

hunters. would like to thank charlie wilson for his help and his ears, mark anthony calderon for making the bass happen, arron creechley for being our drummer, lewis patzner for celloing, dina maccabee for her beautiful violin playing, courtney blazon for her amazing art, our moms, dad, sisters, nicholas leither, chris cerrato., arron c., stone
lucy, rick lambert, laurence scott of the famous, and our friends who have helped make these songs possible.


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A New Sound
This is just downright good music! It’s music with mystery and pain without being pretentious or hard to listen to. It’s folk that isn’t hokey, and indie that isn’t ostentatious. Never hollow or insincere, this is one of those albums you can listen to again and again—better every minute.