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The title track to this debut by Seattle’s Hey Marseilles quickly points to the band’s readymade audience: fans of the Decemberists or Villagers will waste no time getting out their muddy, hobnailed boots to kick up a little floor dust doing the indie-shuffle version of a two-step. With sweet and swaggering violins and cellos, perky accordian and rollicking piano, this seven-piece outfit makes music fit for a soundtrack to a summer’s day in the country. When they slow the tempo down and shift to minor keys, To Travels & Trunks makes even more sense with a hot toddy in front of a winter fire. Songs like “You Will Do For Now” and “Someone to Love,” stripped down to their naked, acoustic core, and rousing stompers like “Hold the Morning” and “Rio” embody the stylistic bookends of To Travels. In between, the band’s artful blend of orchestral pop and organic folk, dressed with Matt Bishop’s warm vocals, is richly rewarding.

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Brilliantly crafted songs, with finely honed rhythms, effective hooks and thoughtful lyrics. An excellent album with absolutely no filler.


This is my favourite album of all time. The music tells a story and is best heard from begining to end. Just brilliant!


Formed: 2006 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2006 by vocalist Nick Ward and guitarist Matt Bishop, Hey Marseilles quickly expanded into an eclectic six-piece band. The group took root in Seattle, where Ward and Bishop were attending the University of Washington. Ward's roommate, pianist/accordionist Philip Kobernik, was the first to join the core duo, and Hey Marseilles' lineup soon swelled with the addition of cellist Samuel Anderson, violist Jacob Anderson, and drummer Colin Richey. Released in December 2008, To Travels & Trunks...
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