by Tim Wenger
In the words of Literati Records’ founder Mark Pruisner, And The Black Feathers are unique. Plenty of bands claim that in their Facebook bio, but these guys put the music where the mouth is on their new record. Showcasing the dark side of Denver’s alt-indie scene, the tracks are danceable and dirty. If you are familiar with The Photo Atlas and The White Stripes, And The Black Feathers is their bastard child, cut loose with solid influences and obscure melody, with a fitting harmonies as the cherry on top.