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Magic Giant celebrate the release of “In The Wind” with a folky set at The Observatory in LA

Magic Giant released their album In The Wind, this past Friday – May 19th. In light of their recent success, Magic Giant has been touring across America playing festivals and shows, which is what sparked inspiration for the album. Their new record, which is heavily influenced by travel and nature, speaks clear to the band’s experience. The album, like the band when they perform live, artfully depicts feelings of excitement, spirt, and joy.

Austin Bisnow (lead vocals), Zambricki Li (banjo, violin, harmonica), and Brian Zaghi (acoustic guitar, cello) are the trio that make up indie folk group Magic Giant. For those unfamiliar with Magic Giant, their sound is similar to that of the greats, The Lumineers and Mumford & Sons. With their free-spirited, bohemian vibes, Magic Giant’s aesthetic is true to their energy and sound.

The intimate space of The Constellation Room at The Observatory in Santa Ana, made it a great place for fans and new listeners alike to come together and enjoy the music. The band was overjoyed, and a bit taken aback by the response of the crowd. “How do you guys already know the words? These songs just came out?”

Magic Giant’s music is like a glue that brings people together. During the performance of Nothin’ Left, the band got off stage and set up a circle jam pit in the middle of the venue. “I got nothing left in this world” / “Without you I am nothing at all.” From couples slow dancing to the kids jumping up and down, the love and joy in the room was evident.

If you like the raw and rustic sounds of the banjo, cello and harmonica, you will definitely enjoy the sounds of the lively and colorful Magic Giant. The band continues to tour until early October. See the rest of the tour dates here.

Pamela Wang
Pamela Wang is a photographer/writer from Los Angeles, CA currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Find more information about her and her work at pamelawwang.com and facebook.com/pwwphotography.

Magic Giant celebrate the release of “In The Wind” with a folky set at The Observatory in LA

Magic Giant released their album In The Wind, this past Friday – May 19th. In light of their recent success, Magic Giant has been touring across America playing festivals and shows, which is what sparked inspiration for the album. Their new record, which is heavily influenced by travel and nature, speaks clear to the band’s experience. The album, like the band when they perform live, artfully depicts feelings of excitement, spirt, and joy.

Austin Bisnow (lead vocals), Zambricki Li (banjo, violin, harmonica), and Brian Zaghi (acoustic guitar, cello) are the trio that make up indie folk group Magic Giant. For those unfamiliar with Magic Giant, their sound is similar to that of the greats, The Lumineers and Mumford & Sons. With their free-spirited, bohemian vibes, Magic Giant’s aesthetic is true to their energy and sound.

The intimate space of The Constellation Room at The Observatory in Santa Ana, made it a great place for fans and new listeners alike to come together and enjoy the music. The band was overjoyed, and a bit taken aback by the response of the crowd. “How do you guys already know the words? These songs just came out?”

Magic Giant’s music is like a glue that brings people together. During the performance of Nothin’ Left, the band got off stage and set up a circle jam pit in the middle of the venue. “I got nothing left in this world” / “Without you I am nothing at all.” From couples slow dancing to the kids jumping up and down, the love and joy in the room was evident.

If you like the raw and rustic sounds of the banjo, cello and harmonica, you will definitely enjoy the sounds of the lively and colorful Magic Giant. The band continues to tour until early October. See the rest of the tour dates here.

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