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SXSW: Savoir Adore, 123

While not doing the most innovative things or being musically complex, Savoir Adore are the type of band it is a joy to listen to.

123

There’s something a little bit rougher about 123 - perhaps down to being from Pittsburg, a town known for industry, (American) football and not much else - they add a rawness to the ever-popular slightly-electro-indie-pop. The vocals are falsetto, but sounding more like Frankie Valli than anything more recent, and overall it’s solid, make-good music that makes you want to dance. Which isn’t anything to scoff at.

Hannah Hancock Rubinsky

Savoir Adore

While not doing the most innovative things or being musically complex, Savoir Adore are the type of band it is a joy to listen to. They make happy, sweet music that also occasionally plays on the juxtaposition of Deirdre Muro’s beautiful voice and crashing chords - which, paired with the charismatic stylings of Paul Hammer create one of the most entertaining sets to watch.

Hannah Hancock Rubinsky

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