Anonanimal

Album: Noble Beast (2009)
  • Andrew Bird (from Drowned in Sound): "The Texas Salamander ekes out an isolated, eyeless existence in a cave in Mexico. Sea Anenomies, so liquid and malleable, take the shape of an enclosed space. Can we evolve within our own lifetimes certain appendages that help us do our jobs and get through the day? At what cost?"

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