The Telephones | Volume 2

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Volume 2

by The Telephones

Volume 2 is a contemporary riff on 1970s-era album rock, combining clever lyrics and pitch-perfect arrangements with soulful vocals and a classic rock aesthetic.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Jesse Adelman (guitar + vocals) and Bradley Albert (keyboards) of The Telephones met at Brown University, writing songs in a shared basement before moving to Brooklyn, NY in 2001. In 2002, the duo released their first EP, entitled "Music for Babies", following up in 2005 with the full-length "Fight Night at Rodeo Dodo". Bassist Anton Kreisl joined as a full-time member in 2007. Taking control of their own production for the first time, the band produced and recorded "Volume 1" (2009) in their own studio space. Volume 2 followed in early 2012.

Together, their influences range from Bob Dylan to The Pixies; Muddy Waters to Pavement; Big Star to T. Rex; Tom Waits to Guns and Roses.

"Revved up new wave; poignant lyrics; oddball sense of humor" - Time Out New York

"Haunting vocal, fictional plots; intense playing" - New York Press


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