Connie Ward and Erin Fuller carry a small dose of dissonance but put forth a big share of soft wondrous harmonies in Building on Buildings’ newly released single, “Wheel.” The Madison quartet’s self-proclaimed “gentle indie rock” sound is calm and reflective — something that should take listeners to an intimate place to discover untouched thoughts.
...a dark and achy tune centering around Erin Fuller’s voice and the sparse guitar lines she trades with bandmate Connie Ward. Last year’s debut EP suggested both a mild-mannered guitar-pop outfit and something of a little more mystery and depth, so it’s promising to hear those two sides in balance here.
The local indie rockers recently released “Wheel,” the first track from an album they’re recording at Justin Vernon’s April Base studio in Eau Claire. If this song is any indication, Building on Buildings have a richer, deeper perspective to give listeners.”
Erin Fuller - vox/guitarConnie Ward - guitar/vox/bassEben Christensen - keys/synths/programming/guitar/voxKris Hansen - bassShawn Pierce - drums
(photo credit: Heidi E. Johnson)
Buildings on Buildings (or BonB if you're into the whole brevity thing) was spun out of the dregs of winter, all things broken and the general fear of adult-style boredom.
Founded February 2013.
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