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Bows

Cassidy

Too Pure

This is the second installment in the musical story of Bows, having started about two years ago with the release of Blush. The man behind the voice of Bows is Long Fin Killie’s Luke Sutherland, who moves through a dreamscape of lush melodics and surreal twists of sound effortlessly and beautifully. Luke can also be found playing violin with Mogwai, but here is where he shines. A slow, ethereal drift that dances light against the rhythm. Hypnotic and breathless, and overflowing with a slow, deep beat that makes you feel sexy and sleepy at the same time.

Too Pure, 580 Broadway #1004, New York, NY 10012


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