There is a lot to be said for kicking off an album with a glorious sonic sucker punch, of putting your best, or at least most bombastic foot forward, of being bold and brash. It’s what gets you noticed. But, there is something braver and more artistically authentic if your opening salvo is a soft, subtle and sensual one. But that is how Shrinari greets us on their latest, glorious album, Hold On To The Hope, Though….

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