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Happy Curmudgeons' 'I Know How You Feel': A Heartfelt Ode to Love Lost


The Happy Curmudgeons' latest release, 'I Know How You Feel', is a poignant exploration of love lost, regret, and the unchangeable past. Performed with two acoustic guitars and a fretless bass, the song is a raw, emotional journey that resonates with the universal human experience of heartbreak.

Jeff Warner's vocals paint a vivid picture of regret, while Dave Hamilton and Takashi Iio provide a rich musical backdrop that enhances the emotional depth of the song. The result is a track that is both deeply personal and universally relatable, a testament to the band's ability to tap into the human condition through their music.

The Happy Curmudgeons are all studio musicians from metro Detroit, with influences ranging from Doc Watson and Bob Dylan to Neil Young and Lou Reed. Their music is a blend of Acoustic, Alt-Country, Alt-Folk, Americana, and Folk, creating a unique sound that is both familiar and fresh.


'I Know How You Feel' is a single from the band's upcoming second album, '2nd Chances', set to be released later in 2023. The song was inspired by personal events in Jeff Warner's life, adding a layer of authenticity and rawness to the track.

The band has received praise for their ability to bring true, heartfelt emotion to Americana/Folk music, with thought-provoking lyrics and well-arranged musical ensemble. They are set to open for the original Question Mark & The Mysterians in the fall of 2023, a testament to their growing reputation in the music industry.

In the words of the band, "Rip me limb from limb, let the wolves devour my body, let the devil take my wretched soul, put me out of your mind and go on with your party and go on being cold." 'I Know How You Feel' is a song that is sure to resonate with anyone who has experienced the pain of love lost, a must-listen for fans of heartfelt, emotional music.



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