Jammin In The Studio: Breathe Owl Breathe








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My first intro to Breathe Owl Breathe was seeing a poster outside of Right Brain Brewery one evening. I tried to convince my husband, Mike and friend Grant we should go. It was $15 at the gallery next door but no their poster looked silly and $15 was a lot for a concert for someone we had never heard in their minds. 



Months later Mike was kicking himself for not going. We both fell in love with them upon hearing their song Swimming on Bryan and Mae‘s website. We thought this is Northern Michigan summer. We would all love to be splashing in that fresh water on hot summer days than anything else. 

This all made us to purchase the album and have been obsessed ever since. Their music is raw, artful, and playful all at the same time. This is one of those albums you need to listen from beginning to end without creating any feeling till it is complete. 


Lastly we realized that this band was born in the Great Lakes State. It was not till we saw that they were playing at so many small local towns in the area that we began to wonder. Upon doing some research and digging we finally found out that the crew hails from Northern Michigan, Ann Arbor, and Lansing. So crazy to hear this made us have an even more serious crush on them. 


Make sure to follow them on Facebook and check out there awesome site. I am in love with their look on their site really cool. Finally check out the video of one of our fave songs Own Stunts. It appears to be shot in a Northern Michigan winter and it would be interesting to find out. 


Happy Wednesday dear friends!


Breathe Owl Breathe – Own Stunts from Magic Central on Vimeo.

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