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SXSW 2015: Interview with the Austin Native Band, Quiet Company

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By Kendra Sells
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Taylor Muse of Quiet Company steps into the crowd at SXSW. Photo by Kendra Sells.
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    SXSW 2015: Interview with the Austin Native Band, Quiet Company

 

Austin’s uprising stars Quiet Company recently released their 4th full length album, Transgressor. Here we met at their last show of their busiest South by South West yet. The band had a successful week of performances and are preparing themselves to tour throughout the upcoming summer. The Austin Chronicle describes front man Taylor Muse’s vocals as “Death Cab meets Ben Folds” and Sputnik Music describes the band’s sound as “Jimmy Eat World meets Mae” Quiet Company is a band that loves their fans and has created a very healthy following in Austin and various other Texas cities. Listen to what they had to say at this year’s SXSW above!

Song: Understand the Problem by Quiet Company

 

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