The latest experimental epic from My Brightest Diamond, entitled This is My Hand, is an album with really only one problem: I have no idea what to say about it. Breaking down the fourth wall here: I'm stumped.
Trying to figure out how to sum up the 10 mostly four-to-five-minute tracks and half an hour talking with band headmistress Shara Worden is like trying to explain Inception with crayons -- if the story of Inception kept changing. My impression of this album hasn't even stayed the same long enough fo...
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