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House of Four and Hearts

Strange Rebel Frequency

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Entering the House of Four and Hearts

From the moment that "All Souls Rising" begins to play, this album takes you to someplace as dark as a desert at night, that is, until you see the brilliance of the star spangled skies above. Hailing from Los Angeles, this band merges gothic intensity (with no banal eldritch dramatics) with a folklike minimalism which allows frontman David Cross to narrate dark vignettes with a voice as deep and as weighted down by what he's seen in those visions. "Burn For You" has a longing so powerful it almost wraps an invisible fist around the listener, unable to release. Cross has a backup to his narrations by way of Maree Camu, whose voice reminds one of a sword carrying Lilith cutting the path through which the two of them walk through the shadows. Maree's husband, drummer Ryan Camu, carries the heartbeat of the band the way a crow's heart beats in flight, dark and sonorous. Tom Bolton lifts the melodies like roadways lift shadows from the trees. In all, this album is one I have listened to again and again while driving the hills at night, and there are many miles left to go, and for that I am thankful.

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