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If Quelle Chris and Chris Keys' Innocent Country 2 sounds like an antidote for a moment of surreal anxiety, the same could be said of it a decade from now. It's an album best understand in a dialogue with the first volume of the series. Released in 2016, the initial Innocent Country focused on isolation, pessimism, and the notion of finding peace within pain. At a time when those feelings convey the mood of the moment, Quelle and Keys have responded with a soundtrack that offers soothing light in a bleak timeline. A hopeful record in a hopeless moment, precisely when it's needed most.
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