Brooklyn’s She Keeps Bees have self-recorded and released music made at home since 2006. Their debut album, Minisink Hotel, was described by NYC’s Other Music as “the best album you’ve never heard.” Nests, their second full-length, was admired by the Guardian as “sparse, soulful and defiantly retro.” Their third LP, Dig On, was praised by the BBC as “an album of fire, spirit, and sweat.”

Northern Transmissions' Review of She Keeps Bees' new album 'Eight Houses'

Review Of She Keeps Bees’ ‘Eight Houses’

A blues-rock duo from Brooklyn isn’t exactly an original concept, but She Keeps Bees’ latest, Eight Houses, manages to stand out from the crowd with a contemporary twist on Deep South and pre-war sounds. The duo, who have an impressive eight releases under their belt since forming in 2006:

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She Keeps Bees reveal new single "Radiance", from their new album 'Eight Houses' out 9/16 on Future Gods Records, She Keeps Bees play August 29 in Seattle

She Keeps Bees share single “Radiance”

Today She Keeps Bees have revealed a new single from their new album, Eight Houses, out September 16th on Future Gods Records. With Eight Houses, the album finds She Keeps Bees working with an outside producer, Nicolas Vernhes (Deerhunter:

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