Doubt and the Death of Certainty
Acoustic Williamsburg, VA  USA
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Two guys with a handful of instruments and a single mic, creating lush, inventive, instrumental acoustic guitar music.
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Peak in sub-genre #51
The first song for the new Doubt and the Death of Certainty EP, Monsoon: recorded while Ben's dorm slowly flooded.
Named after a funny street in Tampa, Florida.
Peak in sub-genre #87
Hark! Is that PERCUSSION?
Peak in sub-genre #65
Sometimes you just need a little blues.
A combination of the sound of the guitar and the lyrics towards the end.
Peak in sub-genre #89
Watch out. You might get what you're after.
Peak in sub-genre #37
Improvised guitar meets improvised lyrics and some really odd spoken-word.
The first and longest Doubt song. We decided we wanted to name a song "LBJ" before we even knew what it would sound like.
Named for a line in The Royal Tenenbaums, this is our favorite from the EP.
Ben had recently returned from a trip to Boston, Massachusetts and named this song after a subway stop there. We imagine the discordant piano to be the jarring voice of the conductor.
The last, most peaceful song on Still. Named after nearby Merchant's Square, where Wes was parked at the time.
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