Open Hand “Weirdo”

Over a decade since their last installment, California’s lush indie rockers deliver an off the wall release, featuring insane guest appearances (Lisa Loeb, what?) and hardly miss a beat. While it’s hard to recall the band’s strange Trustkill days, where they delivered “The Dream” and the atmospheric “You And Me,” Open Hand should’ve essentially taken off like The Juliana Theory or Darker My Love, but instead they shriveled into anonymity. What’s unfortunate is that this is a wonderful record that probably only very few will ever get a chance to experience as little to no marketing dollars were invested into the outing.

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