This is the third installment in our _____-part series profiling artists playing the Birds on a Wire Festival in Pullman March 26-27.Visit http://www.birdsonawirefest.com or http://www.stereopathicmusic.com for tickets and more information.
Horse Feathers play at 9:00 PM on Saturday, March 27 at the Bell Tower.
I saw Horse Feathers last spring at The Nuart Theater in Moscow and was completely taken away by their music. Beautiful and full of powerful strings. Frontman Justin Ringle has such an attractive voice—one that sort of pulls your head to the side and entices you to lean closer toward it. Imagine yourself rocking on a country porch as the deep orange sun sets and the most beautiful voice whispering you to relaxation. That is Horse Feathers.
It’s just so natural to be attracted to the music Horse Feathers make. It really speaks for itself; I don’t need to convince you, just check out the Tiny Desk Concert below.
My other favorite songs are “Working Poor”, “Falling Through the Roof” and “Like Lavender”. I can’t wait to see you all at Birds on a Wire I promise you won’t be disappointed.
(I can’t really deny that a huge reason I love this band is because of the adorable and talented violinist. Harry Potter glasses which frequently get pushed back up to the bridge of his nose. He also plays the saw. Pocket, pocket, pocket.)