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Music Review: Bellows - Fist & Palm

"S taring out your car window, I feel my size." The opening line from the Bellows' single "Thick Skin" evokes a certain turn of feeling, an external bolt of stimulus that sits deep in the brain, a note both small and powerful.
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Bellows Fist & Palm [Double Double Whammy; 2016] Rating: 3.5/5 “S taring out your car window, I feel my size.” The opening line from the Bellows’ single “Thick Skin” evokes a certain turn of feeling, an external bolt of stimulus tha...

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