Ha Ha Tonka sits at the crossroads of Americana and indie, where Alabama meets Arcade Fire, shakes their hand and takes them out for a drink. "On Death of a Decade, the Missouri band Ha Ha Tonka busts out of the gates like classic Replacements on an Ozark bender. Premised on a killer riff, a great beat, and singer Brian Roberts' throaty roar, in the track 'Usual Suspects' Ha Ha Tonka may have created the catchiest mandolin-driven rock song since 'Losing My Religion.'" - NPR MUSIC
Made Example of
Hide It Well
Dead Man's Hand
Death of a Decade
No Great Harm
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