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SONG PREMIERE: Portland’s The Harmed Brothers Share Indie-Pop Single “A Lovely Conversation”

The Harmed Brothers came of age a few years back when the airwaves were being polluted by the neo-folk revival with bands like Mumford and Sons and the Lumineers ho heying us all to the point where our ears bled. Though the Portland-based band had its roots in bluegrass and folk with distinctly poppy undertones, […] The post SONG PREMIERE: Portland’s The Harmed Brothers Share Indie-Pop Single “A Lovely Conversation” appeared first on Glide Magazine.
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