Boise's Red Hands Black Feet Soared Through Space (and Neurolux) at Release Party 

click to enlarge Red Hands Black Feet celebrated  'We Must Fall Forever If We Survive' at Neurolux Nov. 6.

Harrison Berry

Red Hands Black Feet celebrated 'We Must Fall Forever If We Survive' at Neurolux Nov. 6.



In space, no one can hear you rock. 

But if space did have a soundtrack, it might sound a little like We Must Fall Forever If We Survive (2015), the second album from Boise space-rockers Red Hands Black Feet. The Last Frontier is a boundless, unfeeling abyss devoid of narrative arc, and We Must Fall brings that scale to a set of headphones or speakers near you with five epic-length tracks—the longest is 10:45—rich with sonic happenings but bereft of such human conventions as crescendo or chorus. 

RHBF celebrated the release of We Must Fall Nov. 6 at Neurolux, with openers Seattle-based Gems and Boise-based Trite.


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