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Arbor Labor Union’s debut is a loose marriage of feverish psychedelia, '70s riffs, and indie-rock ruggedness. Recalling a history of stone-faced dudes from Neil Young to Dinosaur Jr. and Pearl Jam, I Hear You is an unshaven, hair-down affair whose songs seem to gain momentum as they go—from the jammy incantations of “Mr. Birdsong” to the sun-scorched “Radiant Mountain Road” and the sludgy yet triumphant “Volume Peaks,” where singer Bo Orr howls, “And when the volume peaks, then I rejoice.”


Formed: 2012 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Playing a raucous amalgamation of hard rock, psychedelia, stoner rock, and just a dash of punk, Arbor Labor Union are a rock band based in Georgia. (Various members of the group reside in Atlanta and Athens.) The group was formed by Bo Orr on guitar and vocals, Ryan Evers on bass, and Ben Salie on drums, three friends who had been playing together since they were in high school. Orr and Salie launched an eclectic minimalist punk band called Mosaic, which would later include guitarist Brain Atoms....
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