The Knells are a post rock, neo-psychedelic chamber prog band from Brooklyn, NY. Their debut album, which the New York Times describes as a collection of songs that "sweep ahead, through passages of tolling solo electric guitar, of elegiac vocal melodies and harmonies, of note-bending quasi-Indian strings and guitar, of progressive-rock processionals," was released on New Amsterdam Records in November 2013, and was cited as one of the year's most notable releases in The New Republic, The Washington Post, The New Yorker, The Daily Beast, Textura, and many others. Get your copy of the album here.
Next show on Saturday August 16, 2014 at SubCulture: 45 Bleecker St., Manhattan. We'll be sharing the stage with violinist/composer Christopher Tignor and the "complexity of euphoria"/Afro-pop inspired Empyrean Atlas.
Many thanks to everybody who came out to hear our show on June 8 at (le) Poisson Rouge, where we shared the stage with visual projection artist Joshue Ott, SIREN Baroque, and the composer/performer Danielle Eva Schwob. We got some wonderful video and audio from the show: check it out here on YouTube.