After their first self titled full length in 2014, whose first press sold out in 2 months, human hands from birmingham, england are back with a new full length, still reminiscent of a lot of bands who were masters of the silent/loud game in the 90s, like boy’s life, julia or indian summer, but yet a more mature sound that still keeps your head nodding in time, melancholy, sad, yet full of hope, influenced by a lot of classic singer/songwriters like neill young. You can clearly hear the band has grown up a little, gone are the super furious outbreaks some of the songs had, yet the intensity stays. Human hands are a humble band, but they still have something to say, and when you listen to the record, you know they mean it.
Folded 200g cardboard covers, handstamped center labels, 20 page A4 zine.
520 copies on black vinyl
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