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First Listen: The Lone Bellow, 'Walk Into A Storm'

Walk Into A Storm ably captures the group's earnest, ingratiating charm, dispensed via charisma-drenched songs that amble and soar.
The Lone Bellow's new album, Walk Into A Storm, comes out Sept. 15. Source: Courtesy of the artist

If there's a secret to the warm, wide-open sound of , it lies in absolute sincerity and commitment: As playful as their live shows can be, — ably capture the group's earnest, agreeable charm, dispensed via songs that amble and soar.

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