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The Blizzard of 78

The Blizzard of 78

The Blizzard of 78


Pop gems, crushing rockers, soul infused rave-ups, complemented by smoldering mid-tempo numbers, are the makeup of Book of Lies. It’s the second album from Boston, MA and Providence, RI quintet The Blizzard of 78. From the triumphant charge of “The Song” to the breathtaking crescendo of “Well Enough Alone,” Book of Lies plays like a jukebox at your favorite dive bar. It sits comfortably next to the bands of today like My Morning Jacket, Wilco, and Nick Cave, or with the classics of yesterday like The Who, Stones, and CCR. Read more on Last.fm
Pop gems, crushing rockers, soul infused rave-ups, complemented by smoldering mid-tempo numbers, are the makeup of Book of Lies. It’s the second album from Boston, MA and Providence, RI quintet The Blizzard of 78. From the triumphant charge of “The Song” to the breathtaking crescendo of “Well Enough Alone,” Book of Lies plays like a jukebox at your favorite dive bar. It sits comfortably next to the bands of today like My Morning Jacket, Wilco, and Nick Cave, or with the classics of yesterday like The Who, Stones, and CCR.

The Blizzard of 78’s barn burning live shows provided the seed for this riveting vocal and instrumental performance. Lyrically, singer Pip delivers lines about spiritual conflict, reflections on social climate, and what it means to be human. The band leaves its own mark musically with searing guitars, lasting keyboards, and driving drum and bass rhythms. Pip-Vocals, Brian-Keyboard, Nate-Guitar, Paul-Drums, Chris-Bass Read more on Last.fm.

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