Formed at Columbia University in 2010, Face of Man performs an odd brand of bastard pop, one that blends shifting meters, layered guitar lines, falsetto vocals, electronics, and heavy percussive energy. Words veer between a fixation on passionate love on the one hand, and mystical love on the other, blurring distinctions with a surrealist flair.
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