What people are saying about "Religion"

NPR Music

Howard is a Brooklyn-based trio and one of our favorite new discoveries so far this year. The group’s arresting new album, Religion, is built on layers of acoustic guitars, electronics and head-turning polyrhythms.

Consequence of Sound

Slow building electronics swirl forward, urging you to get wrapped up in the call to prayer that is Feibusch’s vocals…It all comes together in a groove that keeps you guessing, pulling you along or kicking you about until the back end of the track opens up and sucks you into a wormhole of modulated guitar.

Indie Shuffle

Howard’s “Money Can’t Buy” finds the perfect balance of folktronic instrumentation, highlighting the trio’s potential as one of the genre’s more-exciting newcomers.


Dissonant arpeggios pour over rim-shots that flow under the smoky vocals flourishing in every measure.

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Brooklyn-based folktronic band Howard releasing innovative new EP, "Please Recycle."

Following the release of Howard's breakthrough debut LP, "Religion," bandleader Howard Feibusch came back to the album with a fresh perspective. “I found myself listening to the stems from the album more than the actual song,” he shared with FLOOD Magazine. “While they were part of something familiar, I began to hear them in a different way.” The result of these renewed explorations is the five-track EP, "Please Recycle." With pre-release buzz coming from Stereogum, Vice and more, be sure to look for "Please Recycle" out March 25th via Fashion People Records.