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The folk-pop veterans offer insightful lyrics and contoured harmonies.

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A solid delivery, again.

The promo single, "No Trouble," had me from the first line. The title track followed as a matter of course, drawing from the same well which nurtured this duo's compelling writing and performances across past releases. Equal parts gentle and insistent.

INCREDIBLE AS ALWAYS!

I'm so thrilled The Weepies have a new album out and they continue to inspire this songwriter with their incredible arrangements, harmonies, and unique riffs! I truly love their songs and have been listening to them for many years. Thanks so much Deb and Steve for always creating such beautiful and cool songs, y'all rock!
Trey McGriff

Thank you!

These two are great company. They hold out a small hand to hold. They know the experiences we all go through and voice them so sweetly, it's a comfort and a joy. A stanza in the song "Volunteer" captures the harshness of loss so clearly that anyone who's had to live on after losing someone will walk a little taller because of it. Thank you for coming back to open up your world to us. Health and happiness to you both.

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Cambridge, MA

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Singer/songwriters Deb Talan and Steve Tannen, both of whom had released solo material before banding together to form folk-pop duo the Weepies, first met at one of Tannen's shows in Cambridge, Massachusetts. At the time, Tannen was touring in support of his debut record, Big Señorita. Mutual admirers of each other's music, the two musicians started writing songs together, and soon the Weepies' whimsical, acoustic-based sound took shape. The pair released an independent album, 2003's Happiness, before...
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