Lowland Hum, the acclaimed Greensboro husband-and-wife folk duo, releases their new album tomorrow. The intertwining of male and female voices suggests the Pentangle or maybe Bob Dylan and Joan Baez, while the lush instrumentation on their self-titled second album hearkens to the more recent folk orchestras sound of groups like Lost in the Trees.
The album is streaming for free at npr.org, with today presumably being the last day that it’s available without charge.
Lowland Hum performs on Saturday at Glenwood Coffee and Books and on Sunday, April 19 at Reanimator in Winston-Salem as part of Phuzz Phest.
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