Meg Duffy

multi-instrumentalist from Hand Habits

Hand Habits is the solo project of Meg Duffy, a multi-instrumentalist who has performed and recorded with acts including Kevin Morby, The War on Drugs, and William Tyler. Their most recent release is placeholder (Saddle Creek Records).

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Hand Habits  is the solo project of Meg Duffy, a multi-instrumentalist who has performed and recorded with acts including Kevin Morby, The War on Drugs, and William Tyler.

Hand Habits’ Meg Duffy offers an earthy soundtrack for the homebound

Hand Habits is the solo project of Meg Duffy, a multi-instrumentalist who has performed and recorded with acts including Kevin Morby, The War on Drugs, and William Tyler.

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