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Out tomorrow on her spiritual home Saddle Creek, Hand Habit’s new album placeholder is a huge leap forward. Indeed, Wildy Humble… was an accomplished debut, miles ahead of Kevin Morby’s limited vision. But with placeholder Meg Duffy has managed to scrape together nothing short of a future classic. The album definitely stands up well next to even some of Saddle Creek’s most legendary releases. We’ve been able to hear the album in full via NPR but until another video drops, you’ll have to make do with “What Lovers Do”, the penultimate track on the album.

Meg also appears on the new Dark Tea album, recorded by Jason from Woods. The self-titled (just like the first) second album is out end of March but you can already to listen to the track Hand Habits plays on.

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February 28, 2019

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