They keep the weird and crack some pop, too.
The Ivy League’s orchestral rock outfit keep the strings taut.
The orchestral rock outfit will also embark on their biggest tour to date.
Angel Haze, Wavves, Cold War Kids, The Joy Formidable, and more
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The party never ends.
15-date trek kicks off this week.
Feist, The Darkness, M. Ward, and more!
Check out their first-ever video.
The string section has all the fun.
Metric, Thomas Dolby, Lee Fields, Talib Kweli, and The Big Pink, too.
A new way to listen to a song you’ve already heard 10,000 times.
Hear “Eating Me Alive” now.
Orchestral elements have always been used by bands to transform their work into something all the more epic. It is a timeless trick having been employed by everyone from The Who to Metallica and has been fully enlisted by bands …
Orchestral space-pop is how Josh Hirshfeld (mandolin, vocals), Evan Younger (double bass, lead vocals), Kieran Ledwidge (violin), Geoff McDonald (cello), Tyler Pines (drums), and Tina Kim (cello) describe the music they have been creating since 2005 after meeting at Princeton …