December 31, 2013

Summer Twins - Forget Me

I'd stumbled onto this cute little EP a while ago, and finally got around to hearing all of it. The twins and their talented bassist bring a classic Rock touch to their Dreampop, though it often sounds like that Dreampop twist is very silent.

Today's track is worthy of a sentimental slow-dance, so if you have a partner near by be sure to pick them up and pretend you're in an '80s coming of age film. Because it's fun, that's why.

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It's just so old fashioned and easy going. Smooth and chill-worthy. The general composition is relaxed, relatively simple, but still very well executed. It's not as easy as it looks, but I think the twins have got their system down already.

The rest of the album also just slides right out of the '50s. It's refreshing if that's your musical era of preference, otherwise it just makes a great filler EP. Something to listen between your favorite albums. Maybe if it were longer it'd have better character.

http://www.d4am.net/2013/12/summer-twins-forget-me.html
Stream/Buy @ Bandcamp
The 5 track EP is short and sweet, like most of its contents. It's easily digestible, and ready to have you move on in less than 20 minutes. With the lovely after taste and the positive feelings it leaves behind, Forget Me is almost comparable to a warm slice of pie.

I encourage giving the stream a listen. If you like that California twang on your Classic Rock, it'll be a fun release to skim through. Hit play, sit back, and pretend you're at the beach, or that the year's nearing it's end.

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