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An introduction, ten acts, and five intermissions preparing for the possible loss of what we have. Guitar, cello, voices, and a ton of little instruments. Indie-chamber-folk, perhaps.

Shrink wrapped in a jewel case, paper insert, with artwork by Kendl Winter.

“To sum it up in a short phrase: pure brilliance.” -Fensepost

Listen on Bandcamp: https://letters.bandcamp.com/album/in-case-we-lose-what-we-have

“Their debut…is as simple as it is complex, consisting of a stripped down sound performed with a range of instruments, thoughtful lyrics, songs without names and a string of local talent….there is always something new to discover with each listen.” -I Am The Crime

“Technically talented lo-fi musicians should be and is an oxymoron, but somehow this five piece makes it work, without sounding like they’re trying too hard. This kind of lo-fi, pop-folk is often infected by more than an adequate amount of candy coated cuteness, but Letters manage to gently maneuver around this dull tendency, yet still keeping the sound very upbeat and sunny…a great debut.” -Foxy Digitalis

“Each song is infused with its own character, sometimes beautiful with layers of swirling strings, sometimes a little quirky, sometimes edgy with cello squeaks and squaks or othertimes happy to ride along on bouncing toy piano or fancy acoustic finger picking. ..The skills and talent of these artists make this a shining debut worth getting your hands on.” -Delusions of Adequacy

Letters- In Case We Lose What We Have (CD)



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  • Materials: cd, jewel case, paper insert, plastic wrap
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