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New Music To Delight Your Ears - The Village Bicycle

The Village Bicycle From: Cleveland, Ohio Relativity, the first single from Ohio quartet The Village Bicycle's 2017 release Terraforma sounds like riot grrrl on LSD. For thirty seconds it's hazy, dreamy, mellow and trippy and then, bam, it explodes and for the next thirty seconds it sounds like Elastica on speed before sliding back into the haze. It's the musical equivalent of going on a bike ride in an exceptionally hilly area without breaks.
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