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Sanguine Hum is the third group to feature the line up of Matt Baber, Joff Winks, Paul Mallyon and Brad Waissman and builds on the strong foundations left by its preceding musical ancestors. In effect, Sanguine Hum is a “no holds barred” approach to being a rock band. Complex ensemble work, profound song-writing, uniquely ambitious instrumental pieces and an equally important attention to the sonic landscape of the music as a whole give the band its defining characteristics. Sanguine Hum will excite both existing fans of Joff Winks Band and Antique Seeking Nuns and open the door for a brand new audience looking to engage with music of integrity, passion and musical intelligence.

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”While the members of Sanguine Hum are unmistakably accomplished musicians who live in the world called post-progressive rock, their music possesses the same lack of self-importance, excess and “look at me” attitude that some say plagued many of progressive rock's bigger names but which those Canterbury bands managed to largely avoid.

Sanguine Hum may, in fact, be based in Oxford, England, but they're Canterburians at heart...albeit Canterburians of an unmistakably modern bent with a similarly bizarre sense of humour and a belief that, no matter how complex the music gets, melody—albeit pushed to its greatest extremes—remains paramount

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Album Sanguine Hum: What We Ask Is Where We Begin - The Songs for Days... by Sanguine Hum

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Album Now We Have Light by Sanguine Hum

Now We Have Light

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Album Sanguine Hum: Now We Have Light by Sanguine Hum

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Album Live in America by Sanguine Hum

Live in America

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Album Weight of the World by Sanguine Hum

Weight of the World

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Album Diving Bell by Sanguine Hum

Diving Bell

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