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indieATL- The Fiery Furnaces "Charmaine Champagne" (live)

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The Fiery Furnaces from Brooklyn, NY play live in the studios of the Digital Arts Entertainment Lab for the indieATL music series, produced by Matt Rowles. The Fiery Furnaces revolve around the brother and sister duo of Matthew (Guitar/Vocals) and Eleanor Friedberger (Vocals). They are joined by Jason Lowenstein (Bass) and Bob D'amico (drums) on this performance. "Simple, poppy melodies with a dizzying array of wordplay, sounds, and influences, including the Who, Captain Beefheart, Os Mutantes; dashes of folk, blues, and garage rock; and Eleanor's adventures in Europe. In 2000, they moved to Brooklyn, took day jobs, and began playing as the Fiery Furnaces late in the year." -allmusic For more information on the band, please visit This track is from the album "I'm Going Away", available on Thrill Jockey Records.