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Video: Humanize Visits the New Sadlands in Carrboro

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click to enlarge PHOTO BY DAN SCHRAM
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Humanize, Teardrop Canyon
Cat's Cradle Back Room, Carrboro
Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016


Humanize (formerly, Human Eyes) have long seemed to fly just below the Triangle's collective musical radar. Three years after the quiet release of the great Guiding Eyes For The Blind, the group changed its name and issued Sadlands early this month. With Thomas Costello out front and Ryan Gustafson producing, Sadlands picks up where Guiding left off with a wash of synths, hooks and sharp beats. Read our review here.

Below are clips from the CD release show with cohorts Teardrop Canyon.


Teardrop Canyon, "For Once"



Humanize, "I Found Heaven"



Humanize, "Different"


Humanize, "Set Free"

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