The Hill and Wood at the Camel 

Friday, July 6

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Despite being named after a funeral home, Charlottesville indie rockers the Hill and Wood have a bright future. Emerging on the local music scene a few years ago, the band delivers acoustic-driven pop-folk songs that are simultaneously entertaining and extravagant. Songs such as “The Call” and “ICSWYW” contain vintage pop sounds wrapped in garage-rock lo-fi that make up a style all their own. The Hill and Wood performs at the Camel on Friday, July 6, at 9:30 p.m. 353-4901.

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