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Put Your Hand In My Hand is all you need to listen too

Where it all began

More like Reptile House than where Lungfish found it's groove (with their next studio LP), this is Lungfish at their "rockiest". "(Return) Descender" is my favorite song here, but that might be nostalgia talking.... Put a paper tab on your tongue, turn stereo to 11, and let the fresh air in....

this is my favoritte

Lungfish is one of those bands you either love, or hate. I love them eternally and Talking Songs for Walking is my favorite Lungfish album. Samuel, Non Dual Bliss, Put Your Hand in My Hand. These are songs for the broken-hearted. These are songs for those seeking asylum from life and love. Lyrically genius, Dan Higgs weaves poetry with prog-rock rythmic beats that both assualt and envelope the listener to the point of madness and desire. Get it before you get bored and die in silence.


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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