Music Review: The Cave Singers – Naomi

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The cave singers - naomi

Released: March 5, 2013
Label: Jagjaguwar Records
By: Leticia Smith

Seattle natives, The Cave Singers, Peter Quirk, Derek Fudesco, Marty Lund, and Morgan Henderson, introduce their fourth album, Naomi, a life story teller that captures their energy in every song. The Cave Singers are no newbies to making music as they have explored and developed their sound for the past five years. That is evident in this most recent album. When listening to the album, it feels as if you are hearing what you’d expect to hear in a live show. The instrumentation and vocals seem to comprise a great energy and bounce to them making it impossible to resist from foot tapping and head nodding. One of the greatest things about Naomi is the consistency. If you like the first song, you’re sure to enjoy the rest. My personal favorite is the first single, “Have To Pretend” that has a “groovy” type of style to it. Though the entire album isn’t set to drop until March, “Have to Pretend” is available now!

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