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The Strugglers

The country-tinged, midtempo songcraft from the Strugglers is primarily composed by frontman Brice Randall Bickford, who founded the group in 2001. With help from a spinning cast of music artists, Bickford started crafting an atmospheric audio that was similarly indebted to Will Oldham, Crimson Home Painters, and Neil Teen, with tremulous vocals to complement. The debut record Done by the Strugglers found its way to 2001, and Bickford gradually fleshed out his band’s melancholic materials on such following initiatives as 2003’s New Area, 2005’s You Gain, and the Good Store EP. Even though Strugglers’ music depicted the pastoral surroundings of Bickford’s indigenous NEW YORK, the Western european label Acuarela Discos continued to be a strong champ of the music group and issued several their albums, like the Latest Privileges in 2008.

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