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Review: 'Fred Abong'
'Invisible Man'   

-  Label: 'Bandcamp'
-  Genre: 'Indie' -  Release Date: '20.11.20.'

Our Rating:
This is the second single off of Fred Abong's forthcoming album Our Mother Of Perpetual Help that's out later in November. Fred is best known for his time in Throwing Muses in the Real Ramona era and playing bass in Belly.

Invisible man is bruised acoustic rumination on how invisible it’s possible to be in the warped world we currently live in, there are two videos to go with the single, one that's directed by Kirstin Hersh, that may or may not get you closer to what Fred is getting at, Either way this is a cool late night acoustic song.

The b-side or second track is The Minit a deep bruised mainly acoustic tale that's searching for answers as to what's gone wrong, and that has grown on me since first hearing it when it was the first single from the album earlier in the year. This song and the album are inspired by Fred's move to New Orleans and this may or may not be about New Orleans and Fred believes you should decide that for yourselves while waiting for your copy of the album to arrive.

Find out more at https://www.fredabongmusic.com/ https://fredabong.bandcamp.com/

  author: simonovitch

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