Simone Felice Vinyl, CD & tapes by Simone Felice at Norman Records

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The Felice Brothers
Undress

Prolific folk and country-rock outfit The Felice Brothers return with yet another studio album, Undress. Now in the second decade of their existence and having spent a lot of their career in introspection, their latest record sees the group turn outwards and address the political tumult around them. 
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Simone Felice
Puppet / Prisoner

Following on from 2018’s Projector album, ex-Felice Brother, Simone Felice has a new single, Puppet b/w Prisoner. Puppet, in a move that may surprise/please many Normanites, features Four Tet. B-side Prisoner is a previously unreleased track. 7” single on New York Pro.
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  • Simone Felice

The Felice Brothers
The Felice Brothers

The Felice Brothers debut album was originally released in 2008. The band, who call New York’s Catskill Mountains home, took their inspiration from The Band - seemingly just as much from their unkempt, ragged look on the cover of their self-titled second album as they did from the music. For those that enjoy their alt. country/Americana, this is a high-point of the genre. 10th anniversary reissue.
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  • Simone Felice

Simone Felice
The Projector

You might know him as being one part of competent American folksters The Felice Brothers. Or maybe you recognise his name from the liner notes of some of the 2010s most competent indie-pop (Bat For Lashes, Peace, The Lumineers). Either way, Simone Felice has come through with an LP that might well make him a household name in 2018. Four Tet and the aforementioned Ms. Lashes guest on The Projector, which is a record of competent singer-songwritery with a faintly electronic edge.
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  • Simone Felice

Simone Felice
Strangers

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Simone Felice
Simone Felice

The website of Simone Felice - he of The Felice Brothers, if that wasn’t immediately apparent - claims that he ‘has been hailed as one of the great songwriter-poets of his generation’ but fails to provide citation, which is sloppy editing at best. Felice's eponymous debut LP features agents of Satan Mumford & Sons on the second track and is proof that we have enough Ray LaMontagnes in this world. Nice hair, though.

Simone Felice
Live From A Lonely Place

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