20 Questions: Tim Noyes of Handsome Ghost

20 Questions: Tim Noyes of Handsome Ghost

By Sachyn Mital

Last year, PopMatters premiered Handsome Ghost's "Blood Stutter". This year, we caught up with Tim Noyes after a performance to have him answer '20 Questions'. 5 Aug 2015 // 3:00 AM

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20 Questions: Tim Noyes of Handsome Ghost

Last year, PopMatters premiered Handsome Ghost's "Blood Stutter". This year, we caught up with Tim Noyes after a performance to have him answer '20 Questions'.

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