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Listen: Old English – “Prose & Khans”

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Old English, dream indie pop band, recently released their debut album Prose & Khans. This release combines multiple genres to produce an unparalleled sound with each track having a different resonance. It is nice to see a band being innovative and not jumping on the bandwagon of the generic “indie” sound. You can download a free 3-song sampler of the album on their Bandcamp page or stream the entire album below.

Here is what Matt Henderson of Old English had to say about the album “The songs are meticulously detailed, layered, and belong side by side, the way they were written. In total there were 27 songs written for the album. Each song’s survival hinged on how well they related to the previously completed tracks. New aesthetic elements and musical personalities were constantly being added, but this process created a narrative, both lyrically and sonically.”

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