Bike For Three!

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After More Heart Than Brains was released in 2009, Greetings From Tuskan (Joëlle Lê) and Buck 65 (Rich Terfry) directly started working on a follow up record.  This turned out to be a high mountain to climb and it wasn't until September 2013 that everything starting to come together.  A half-decade removed from the ethereal hopeless romanticism of 2009 Bike For Three! have returned with their sophomore LP on Fake Four, Inc.

The Bike For Three! Project can be seen as an exchange of letters between two souls separated by oceans and time.  The soundtrack to expressions of longing and passion. An almost therapeutic exercise to explain and understand certain tragic and confusing events in their lives; for both artists this might be their most personal and intimate work to date.  

Their second album So Much Forever can be seen as the logical next step in their story, another page in their shared diary that sees Joëlle taking up more vocal duties and Rich exploring new corners of his imagination. Oh yes, they still haven't met. More close than ever

Find out more about both Buck65 and Greetings From Tuskan...

Greetings From Tuskan Bandcamp

Buck 65 Website

 

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