Ponchos From Peru | Friendship and Other Mistakes

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Friendship and Other Mistakes

by Ponchos From Peru

Indie Folk-Rock that is driven by solid songwriting and tight changes. Strongly unique musical theory intertwined with Pop Melodies.
Genre: Rock: College Rock
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1. Personification of Light
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2. Variations on D
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3. Holy Fists
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4. Bike
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5. Sidewalk Chalk Manifesto
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6. My, How you\'ve Grown
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7. Bargain Bin
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Ponchos From Peru started as a necessity to escape the daily grind. Close friends came together to start playing music because they wanted to have fun. The result is a light-heart deadpan seriously-entertaining musical extravaganza. The members all hail from the port city of Wilmington, NC. Andrew Jones rocks the drum set, McKenna Oakes pounds the keys, Matt Hirsch pumps the bass strings and Adam Smith intertwines his classical guitar style with the modern need for rock. Adam and McKenna team up to create harmonizing vocal arrangements and haunting lyrics. Ponchos From Peru offer a unique sound that combines all the talents of the members into a pleasantly edgy folk-rock.


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jacob


this is one of the best indie rock bands i have heard in a while. this album will be a prize to lovers of this genre.