The South west of England  based band mesmerize us with their debut album, featuring: Here's The Sunshine, Burn, Vanishing Song, Spider Milk, Sixteen Eighty Four and more.

     

In a time when every band  is looking for something profoundly unique to set itself apart from the masses, fans will rejoice in Crow Hailer's classic songwriting and heart-on-sleeve lyrical dexterity. In their excellent album, the South West’s finest exports have delivered an album that is as full of wonderful melodies as it is beautiful lyrics.

 

Crow Hailer have developed beyond the melancholic folk-rock of The Theme from, but they haven’t abandoned their allegiance to the sound they perfected on their debut album, playing electric and acoustic guitars against each other for thumping mid-tempo beauties that oscillate with nervous energy and impassioned lyrics.

 

The beauty of Crow Hailer is that it works in any location at any time. It is of such ample quality that it can last through repeated listening during lonely, idyllic times, yet still has a high ratio of fantastic sound to suit a more lively juncture. Be sure to check out any live shows in your area!

 

Crow Hailer is a top-notch electric folk album from a band to watch.

 

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"A wonderful album" Cerys Matthews BBC 6 Music....

 

Crow Hailer-Dreamy folk pop with a wash of late 60's psychedelia, byrds via acid rock with an experimental element that sounds like the more interesting end of radiohead and Pink Floyd. A pretty arresting sound, nice understated vocals and memorable tunes.     Bugbear music....  

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