The Lennings Acoustic, Folk, Indie Pop

Vocally and melodically, The Lennings blur the line between Austin’s bickering Americana and indie pop scenes.  The band’s sound has bounced between their acoustic and electric sides (2007′s “Big Beige Car” and 2009′s “Geographic Tongue” respectively); however, their current instrumentation and style have been garnering much attention, both foreign and domestic.  Blending acoustic guitar and banjo with a particularly hard-hitting rhythm section, a wall of atmospheric noise, and vocals ranging from lullaby to blaring, The Lennings’ songs tend to focus on finding beauty and absurdity in the mundane and inanimate.  Keep your ears peeled for their forthcoming album, due out very early 2012.

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"Essentially, listening to this record will result in immediate obsession and audiences should prepare to be both fascinated and aurally wooed." 

--Sarah Moore, Glide Magazine

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