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Lungfish presents another chapter in the thinking man's modern rock. On this album, Lungfish continues a pattern of isolating crypto-philosophical songs with minimalist free-rock instrumentals. The resultant mood is somber and cathartic, focused and pointed, intellectual and freeing. Lungfish suggests simplicity as a gateway to melody, and poetry as a vehicle for intelligent observation. Single-mindedly, Lungfish combats obsession ("If love is all you hope to find/Love will ruin your mind") and chaotically they call for greater control ("Bridges crossing, bridges crossing land/Subterranean rivers seeping through the sand: Oppress yourself") over a deconstructed and unornamented rock groove.


Formed: 1990 in Baltimore, MD

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Formed in Baltimore, MD, way back in 1988, Lungfish is one of the longest surviving emo bands. Signed to D.C.'s Dischord, Lungfish's highly intense, minimalist yet complex music has been called everything from Taoistic to stoic. Singer and lyricist Daniel Higgs bares his soul with each profound album and is so driven to write that he published an entire book of poems, The Doomsday Bonnet. The band, which also includes Asa Osborne (guitar), Nathan Bell (bass), and Mitchell Feldstein...
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