Album Premiere: Two Gallants, 'The Bloom and the Blight'

San Francisco duo adds intensity in first record in five years

August 27, 2012 9:00 AM ET
Two Gallants, 'The Bloom and the Blight'

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Bringing a healthy dose of thrash and bash to their folk- and blues-rooted tunes, San Francisco duo Two Gallants will release The Bloom and the Blight on September 4th. It's their first record in five years and inaugural effort with ATO. Here, you can check out the entire record, which includes crunchers like "My Love Won't Wait," somber swooners like "Decay," and road-weary rockers like "Ride Away." You can also pre-order The Bloom and the Blight on iTunes and check out the Two Gallant's batch of U.S. and Europe tour dates throughout the fall.

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