Gritty blues-rock-duo The Picturebooks (vocalist/guitarist Fynn Grabke and drummer Philipp Mirtschink) follow-up 2019's The Hands Of Time with the The Major Minor Collective featuring guest contributions from Lzzy Hale (Halestorm), Dennis Lyxzen (Refused), Neil Fallon (Clutch) and Ryan Sinn (The Distillers). The Picturebooks & the Major Minor Collective was born out of the idea of bringing together various artists, who have either inspired the duo or who are their friends. The idea was to have some kind of creative exchange in these crazy times, a bridge to fellow artists. It also opened the musical range of the band in many ways and leads to the most varied musical work The Picturebooks have ever done in their career.
Gritty blues-rock-duo The Picturebooks (vocalist/guitarist Fynn Grabke and drummer Philipp Mirtschink) follow-up 2019's The Hands Of Time with the The Major Minor Collective featuring guest contributions from Lzzy Hale (Halestorm), Dennis Lyxzen (Refused), Neil Fallon (Clutch) and Ryan Sinn (The Distillers). The Picturebooks & the Major Minor Collective was born out of the idea of bringing together various artists, who have either inspired the duo or who are their friends. The idea was to have some kind of creative exchange in these crazy times, a bridge to fellow artists. It also opened the musical range of the band in many ways and leads to the most varied musical work The Picturebooks have ever done in their career.
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The Major Minor Collective [LP]
Artist: The Picturebooks
Format: Vinyl
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Gritty blues-rock-duo The Picturebooks (vocalist/guitarist Fynn Grabke and drummer Philipp Mirtschink) follow-up 2019's The Hands Of Time with the The Major Minor Collective featuring guest contributions from Lzzy Hale (Halestorm), Dennis Lyxzen (Refused), Neil Fallon (Clutch) and Ryan Sinn (The Distillers). The Picturebooks & the Major Minor Collective was born out of the idea of bringing together various artists, who have either inspired the duo or who are their friends. The idea was to have some kind of creative exchange in these crazy times, a bridge to fellow artists. It also opened the musical range of the band in many ways and leads to the most varied musical work The Picturebooks have ever done in their career.