Their sound is indebted to a small dose of the flower power folk of the ‘60s mixed with the clean harmonies and bass/guitar lines of early rock ’n’ roll. The way both vocalists and the instruments behind them combined paints a picture of a lovely day spent wandering through the flora of a sun-drenched meadow, and the lyrical matter of their songs match or juxtapose this cheery image with equal capability in both realms. To prove this, look no further than “Vagrant” and “Always” on their excellent EP, and get ready to come support them at MR Fest.
By Helen Wang Blog Content Contributor 1. You’ll come to fully appreciate the value of a home cooked meal. Eating Taco Bell and ice cream everyday wasn’t as amazing as you thought it would be. In fact, a nice home cooked meal prepared for you without you lifting a finger is one of the main things you look forward to when going back home. You’ll realize how annoyingly complicated it […]
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