Artist: We All Have Hooks for Hands
Album: The Shape of Energy
Genre: Pop, Indie
Comments: From the promoter:
"On Hook's sophomore album, distinctive vocals and layered sing-along choruses are accompanied by a loose yet enveloping quilt of bright guitar riffs, floating horns, keyboards, violin, and dueling drummers."
Energetic, upbeat, fun-loving, vaguely folksy, indie-pop-rock with a good heap of weirdness thrown in. We All Have Hooks for Hands first remind me of Born Ruffians, but will also likely please fans of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah or Of Montreal. Go to "Lessons Burned" or "Be Love, Be Wild."