12 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Starting in the mid-‘00s, Band of Horses was the group that tastemakers were praising and the majority of us were quickly discovering. Blending roots and country sounds with an indie rock aesthetic, the band drew upon its previous eight-year incarnation as Carissa’s Wierd (sic) to craft songs that were both familiar and new. For its third studio album, Infinite Arms, the trio of Ben Bridwell, Creighton Barrett, and Ryan Monroe brought aboard Tyler Ramsey and Bill Reynolds (both veteran members of the live touring version of Band of Horses) to record a full group album in various locales over the course of 16 months.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Starting in the mid-‘00s, Band of Horses was the group that tastemakers were praising and the majority of us were quickly discovering. Blending roots and country sounds with an indie rock aesthetic, the band drew upon its previous eight-year incarnation as Carissa’s Wierd (sic) to craft songs that were both familiar and new. For its third studio album, Infinite Arms, the trio of Ben Bridwell, Creighton Barrett, and Ryan Monroe brought aboard Tyler Ramsey and Bill Reynolds (both veteran members of the live touring version of Band of Horses) to record a full group album in various locales over the course of 16 months.

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