Plume Giant is a chamber folk trio of Yale graduates who use viola, violin, guitar, and their voices — among a few other instruments to fill things out — to make a huge, beautiful sound. Beginning in their college town of New Haven, Connecticut, the group recently packed up and moved their acoustic instruments (and presumably some clothes and furniture, etc.) to Brooklyn, where they seem to be settling in just fine.
Featured song: “Castalia”
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The latest release by Plume Giant, CALLITHUMP, is now available.
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