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Feral Harmonic

Author: Andrew Duncan
01/01/2010 | Zaptownmag.com | www.zaptownmag.com | Album Review
"In the face of danger, I'm not afraid." The little opener of "Little Bird Courage" is a rally around the campfire as Feral Harmonic is that sense of camaraderie with indie rock bravado.

This invasion for Saddle Creek is best expressed from the rocking chairs on the front porch. Stories are shared and songs are sung with exuberance. There you can see the storm coming, but with songs like "Next Flood" and "I Will Be The Sun" the tornado that tears through your soul is the rambling hootenanny the Old Canes is capable of.

With punk rock spirit and 110 percent of humidity, Feral Harmonic is a great expansion from their debut. But with Chris Crisci from Appleseed Cast at the helm, you wouldn't expect anything less but a means for Crisci to explore beyond the name Appleseed Cast has made.

Each note rings with the chime of rebellious spirit. The rat-a-tat drumming of "Little Bird Courage," the mandolin, banjo and Old West harmonic of "Under," and the three-chord angst on "Flower Faces" make Feral Harmonic every song worth the listen.

You will get a case of tennis elbow from all the fist-in-the-air's "hell yes" reactions from this band.
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