New York indie-rockers Abel have released their highly anticipated Come&Live! debut, Lesser Men, today. The album can be downloaded for free, no strings attached, at

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“[Lesser Men] encases spiritual worship in powerful music that carries hints of everyone from Brand New to As Tall As Lions. But it also has an element to its sound that’s entirely individual, making it one of the more riveting listens of the year.”

Lesser Men is a brilliant collection of inspirational indie rock that will set your Ipod headphones in flight. Abel is immensely talented… providing an exquisite soundtrack for spiritual enlightenment.” –

“The anticipated sophomore release of this now Poughkeepsie quartet remains strong in its message, and stronger in its achievement of indie rock excellence.”


“Abel’s Lesser Men is a formidable offering that needs to be heard.”


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