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Mother Falcon in a scene from their new video for "Kid."
June 15, 2015 The Austin indie orchestra tells the true story of bandmate Claire Puckett's 25 foot plunge to near death in this video premiere in which she's the main player.
Mother Falcon, 'Marigold'
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June 18, 2014 In a new video, children battle purple and green cartoon monsters amid the joyous sounds of brass, strings, voice and more. That's the big, big sound of the 17-piece band Mother Falcon.
Mother Falcon performs a Tiny Desk Concert in July 2013.
August 17, 2013 What makes the 17-member chamber-rock collective so alluring isn't its size, but rather the way it uses all its members in the service of great, snappy, stirring, frequently uplifting songs.
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