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Offa Rex is a new cross-Atlantic collaboration featuring members of The Decemberists and Olivia Chaney. Here's their take on "The Queen of Hearts," proving that the days of acid folk are not yet done.

by Jon Davis, Published 2016-07-17


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Related artist(s): The Decemberists, Offa Rex

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