It’s unfortunate that I missed out on promoting Tim Noyes’ album release party last night at Church, but I’d like to give a little mention of his new music anyway. Tim Noyes was previously in a band called Aunt Martha, which was a violin-infused indie folk outfit. He’s now gone off on his own with a new band and debut album, just released, called In Hands. Acoustic guitar and violin have developed into a bigger sound with electric guitars, crisp drumming and synthesizers. What remains constant are Tim’s warm, wistful vocals and a moody melancholy. In Hands is the result of his collaboration with multi-instrumentalist and arranger Grant Zubritsky.

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