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Why Baseball Gregg are rapidly becoming the world's most talented multinational pop duo, with Luca Lovisetto & Sam Regan (from left) living it up in Liguria, Italy; press photo courtesy of the artists.

Incan Abraham

Catching up with Incan Abraham; photographed by Sheva Kafai.

Catching up with Incan Abraham; photographed by Sheva Kafai.

Catching up with our old chums, we give you the new Incan Abraham single “In My Bones” which is the first listen from their forthcoming album. “It is a song about conflict,” Teddy Cafaro from the band told us, “between the intuitive and the practical, the tangible and the cryptic, and pushing onward despite it all.” The lyrical & emotive arrangement are meant to the stoke the fires that alludes to the unknown but Cafaro went on to explain; “But there’s a clarity hidden in our deepest marrow, if we can defy our turbulent minds.”

“In My Bones” illustrates learned lessons that entertains intuition along with the importance of heeding the call for newfound fantasies. Giuliano Pizzulo, Teddy & Spencer Mandel recall their early days, the false starts, the risks taken, the strides made, successes achieved & the welcoming of what wonders may follow. The latest audio developments from the band point to big things on the horizon as Incan Abraham begins to hit their strides as quickly becoming one of the biggest bands around that grinded & grinded their way to get to this point (and the proof is in the music).

Incan Abraham also provided us with the following exclusive privy details that outline the anecdotes & circumstances surrounding the forthcoming album:

Upon returning home from two national tours in support of 2014’s Tolerance, we were physically and emotionally drained. Several months crammed in a van and sharing double beds at Super 8s across the country had surely taken its toll. When we pulled into Spencer’s driveway at sunrise, after a heavily caffeinated 1000 mile haul from West Texas, the top priority on everyone’s list was getting some sleep, and some much needed space from one another. But to my surprise after only a few days, we were hanging out more than ever. As our album cycle had finally come to a close, we weren’t playing live or promoting the band nearly as much as we had during previous chapters, and it afforded us the space just to be friends again. I think we cultivated a lot of additional trust and ease during this recess, and I’m personally grateful that we had that opportunity. I suspect that our forthcoming album would have turned out very differently otherwise.

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