The Punch Brothers: Who’s Feeling Young Now?

Guest Post By: Brendan

The Punch Brothers have transcended the Bluegrass genre and enter Radiohead territory on their latest album, Who’s Feeling Young Now? The instrumentation on the opening track “Movement and Location” is truly astounding, reminding me of U2′s “Where the Streets Have No Name.” The album’s title track has an almost hip-hop beat. Chris Thile provides lead vocals, but fiddle player Gabe Witcher also steps up to mic. Witcher sings lead vocals on “Hundred Dollars,” which is one of two tracks on the album Thile wrote with Josh Ritter.

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