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The Harmed Brothers / Press

"Vietti is a songwriter with many stories to tell, and this band has charm — wry observations, melodies not quite sonorous but still captivating, words sung with a slight warble, emotions wholly human."

"It’s a damn shame that more people don’t know who these guys are."

"It is very rare that I care for banjo work that isn't of the Scruggs style, but Alex Salcido gets two thumbs up from me for his style on the Harmed Brothers album All The Lies You Wanna Hear."

"I only think of the heartland of the USA when I hear them. They might be based back in Cottage Grove, Oregon and that is close enough to dusty plains as they need to be. All The Lies (Songs) You Wanna Hear, yes."

"With its harmonica racks, Appalachian obsessions and kicked-out-of-the-choir harmonies, the Harmed Brothers isn't afraid to sound as sentimental as a campfire, as out of tune as pre-stardom Avett Brothers or as punch-drunk as that notorious trio from Belleville, Illinois. The duo even has a song called "Ode to Uncle Tupelo" — and it means every word."