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Dead Man's Bones, made up of heartthrobs Ryan Gosling and Zach Shields, delivered everything the hearty girls fancy in a musical performance. An impressive set, dreamy men, talented kids in costumes and a clever skit which played out with a held linen screen projecting slides that accompanied a cover of Bang Bang sung by a 6 year old.

This spirited performance, which sold out in a number of cities, was surprisingly intimate and engaging, producing enough energy to fill one of Montreal's larger venues. Take into account the above and their playfully haunting songs and someone ought to award them with some bestowal for the best first tour ever.

Their debut album, recorded with a children's choir from the Silverlake Conservatory of Music, is charismatic and fun but what is really going to make them a success (other than the celebrity member) is the creative direction. Check them out here.

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4 Responses to “new music – Dead Man’s Bones”

  1. pitchfork says:

    This is the type of thing that makes your posting on timber timbre cringe-worthy.

  2. Charlotte Charlotte says:

    Man people really love to hate on that post. It wasn’t a review, it was a “holy shit I like this band and they’re on tour, yep right now, 3, 2, 1 blog post”

    Now I have pitchfork guilt!

    Like would an I’m sorry card be appropriate?

  3. Kenza Kenza says:

    The more people hate, the more it means you’re doing something right. They gave you one of the most precious things in the world–their time. Keep it up!

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