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Boy & Bear

by Tim Cashmere on September 30, 2011

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Sydney’s Boy & Bear released their debut album ‘Moonfire’ in August of 2011 to rapturous reviews.

Having formed in 2009 as a solo project for Dave Hoskings, the band eventually melded into a unit and began working at their career. While still finding their feet, they recorded Crowded House’s ‘Fall At Your Feet’ for the hugely successful ‘He Will Have His Way’ compilation in tribute to Neil and Tim Finn, but it was their album that saw them explode – debuting at #2.

Check out the boys (or the bears, I’m not entirely sure) talking to Noise11’s Tim Cashmere.

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