So we decided we should.
Because they’re fucking awesome.
Led by a mysterious person known only as ‘Grace Annunziato’, here in Albany we’ve discovered a group that is like our own cross between Tara Jane O’Neill, Picastro, Cat Power, and a bunch of other quiet unassuming post rock or sadcore (we’re not sure what genre this is and we don’t give a fuck) but completely personal and original all the same
And it’s by far the best thing we’ve discovered on bandcamp in a long time. We say discovered because, even though we’re the most well known and well informed media outlet in the Capital District, we haven’t been sent press releases, IYCMI e-mails, or invitations to collaborate (whatever those are).
Despite their many likes on Facebook and their spate of low key shows in and around the capital district for the past couple of years, we haven’t seen the glowing reviews and press coverage we’d expect of a group this unusually good, original, and so sincere it’s almost painful.
So we’re going to do what we were created to do and spread the good word. Buy a copy of Lone Phone Booth’s music for the faint of heart, wait until it’s raining, then light a candle and experience a sorrowful and masterful journey into the quiet, unassuming, yet brilliant light of this singer songwriter and their backing musicians.
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