Tunng, a London-based band of electric folksters, are releasing their newest album, ...And Then We Saw Land, this April. “Don’t Look Down Or Back” is the first single off the album, and combines some choral energy with acoustic grace.
Apparently, meeting the Malian band, Tinariwen, had a huge influence on Tunng and the album’s sound.
This was nabbed from Stereogum: ”Don’t Look Down Or Back”
Video for “Bullets” from 2007’s Good Arrows
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