The Horns of Happiness

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The Horns of Happiness
Origin Bloomington, Indiana, US
Genres Experimental
Years active 2004–present
Labels Secretly Canadian
St. Ives
Associated acts The Impossible Shapes
Website Official site
Members Aaron Deer
Shelley Harrison
Andrew Kenower
Past members Elaina Morgan
Peter King
Joe Molinero
Mark Rice

The Horns of Happiness are an independent rock band formerly of Bloomington, Indiana now residents of Oakland/Los Angeles, CA.[1] Since forming in 2004, the band has released one full-length album, one soundtrack, and two EPs on Secretly Canadian[2] while touring extensively through the US, sharing the stage with acts such as Man Man,[3] Silver Jews, Old Time Relijun, Danielson Famile, Joanna Newsom, and The Dirty Projectors, among others, while garnering acclaim in publications such as Magnet, Dusted[4] and Skyscraper magazines.



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