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Exploring everything from genres to geography

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Toronto is the city that Hands & Teeth calls home. But they’re exploring, going anywhere, doing anything, now. Their latest single and video “Exploring” is another taste of what’s to come next of their tendency to trap theatre-goers with entrancing throwbacks and trendy tracks. After releasing their first EP Enjoy Your Lifestyle in 2010, they backed it up with their debut full-length album earlier this year rightly titled Hunting Season. Don’t worry, they don’t use claws or razor sharp fangs to get into your bones. They hunt with the auditory ammunition of homogenized harmonies. If their exploration outside of the musical realm happens to bring them walking around the city you call home, you might want to give them a chance. There’s a little something in it for everybody. Hands & Teeth leaves no listener behind. The song was recorded live off the record for the new series From Far and Wide, a show that travels province to province showcasing cross-genre Canadian musicians.

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