The Aurian Haller Band | L'amour Et Ses Couteaux

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L'amour Et Ses Couteaux

by The Aurian Haller Band

The Aurian Haller Band’s blend of French and English with alt-country influences creates an indie folk album unlike anything else.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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It’s a rare thing to find music that has more than a passing commitment to poetry. And yet, one of the reasons Leonard Cohen is still touring is that people care about good lyrics. Bilingual singer/songwriter and poet, Aurian Haller’s latest album is further proof that good songwriting comes from the head as well as the heart. In tracks that explore dreamscapes, relationships, and the act of writing itself, The Dark Room hits home with an emotional intelligence that comes from Haller’s years of wielding the pen as well as the guitar. He has won numerous awards for his two books of poetry, including the National Magazine Award, and has been published internationally. Haller’s way with words, which has the Montreal Review of Books describing his latest book as “outstanding” and “intellectually brilliant,” is only enhanced by the haunting melodies and seasoned musicianship of his band, The Aurian Haller Band. The result is the group’s second album in two years. The Dark Room builds on the group’s distinctive sound, but integrates alt-country influences to create an indie folk album unlike anything else.


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