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Too Many Wrongs to Right is Half Shell’s Single

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welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s feature band is Half Shell and their single Too Many Wrongs to Right.

Too Many Wrongs to Right is Half Shell’s Single

The spooky keyboard arpeggio that introduces the song immediately hooked me creating a truly intriguing atmosphere.

The singer’s voice is absolutely fantastic. A warm and unique vocal timbre that is able to distinguish the sound of this band.

The harmonic construction of their new single Too Many Wrongs to Right is refined and intricate. Half Shell managed to create a sound blend that makes them stand out from the crowd.

Surely we are dealing with musicians with great musical taste and with a developed compositional experience behind them.

Composing such articulate songs is not for everyone, I was very impressed by the skills of these guys. I believe we are dealing with pure talent and I am sure that they will soon be noticed by the masses.

A band to keep under the radar as they deliver quality music.

Too Many Wrongs to Right is Half Shell’s Single Out Now!


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Too Many Wrongs to Right is Half Shell’s Single

Half Shell’s three members met in college. Now that they’re living and working in the Northeast U.S., they somehow still pull off rehearsing and cranking out new tunes at an impressive pace. Combining progressive rock, alternative rock, and electronic music, female-fronted power trio Half Shell is both existential and grim while delivering catchy, upbeat tunes. The band released their debut album “Truly Tragic” in October 2018, and is preparing for their second release, “The Great Truth,” in 2023.

Half Shell is: Nicole Hogan – vocals Caitlin Kullberg – bass, guitar Jesse Guterman – drums, keys/synths




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