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House With No Home

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Download links and information about House With No Home by Horse Feathers. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Country, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 40:20 minutes.

Artist: Horse Feathers
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Country, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 12
Duration: 40:20
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Curs In the Weeds 3:30
2. Rude to Rile 3:29
3. Working Poor 3:16
4. Albina 2:17
5. A Burden 3:31
6. Helen 4:19
7. Father Reprise 2:01
8. Heathen's Kiss 4:40
9. Different Gray 2:56
10. This Is What 3:09
11. Father 3:30
12. Road to Ruin 3:42

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The cover of House with No Home, the second full-length album from Horse Feathers, a dusty west coast folk duo comprised of Justin Ringle and Peter Broderick, depicts a wintry farm dusted with snow. It's an image that's easily conjured throughout each of the 11 songs that make up Home, a subtle, nuanced, and quietly noble collection of Americana-kissed alternative folk that echoes the work of Bonnie "Prince" Billy, James Yorkston, Iron & Wine, and Bon Iver. Ringle, who blends Richard Buckner's soft, serpentine delivery with Andrew Bird's "I can't open my mouth all the way" mumble populates his songs with the kind of woodsy, heart and soul-broken characters that one would expect to find lurking between the pines on a frosty Oregon morning in February, but it's Broderick ( a member of fellow Portland folk outfit Norfolk & Western) who provides the chill. His string arrangements are grandiose in their simplicity and busy without ever interfering with Ringle's poignant, icy prose. From the heady opener "Curs in the Weeds" to the surging, banjo-led "Working Poor," the two carve up each track like master craftsman, finding the perfect middle ground between the sparse, reverb-laden landscapes of the Great Lake Swimmers and the orchestral, aching beauty of Hem.