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"Lion Face Boy" is a perfect display of Seabear's knack for constructing mountains of instrumentation on a simple idea.
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March 9, 2010 "Lion Face Boy" is the first single from Seabear's sophomore album, We Built a Fire, and it's a perfect display of the band's knack for constructing mountains of instrumentation on a simple idea. The track opens with understated vocals and drums, but eventually bursts into a swarm of piano, horns and guitar.
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October 12, 2007 Seabear's mournful "I Sing I Swim" searches for man's place in the natural world, bringing the acts of Mother Nature into the realm of personal pain: "And I miss you, even when you're around / I'm a black cloud, sending lightning to the ground."
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