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Black Kettle (Lauren Records 2017)

   Feels like you being asked to recovery from the stings of the late decade where Punk Rock and Alternative Pop didn’t really got a slight differences as Weezer, The Wannadies and Friends Of P digging the charts while Greenday singing about their boredom days and tooth picking at the dentists themes kinds as Matthew Van Asselt (guitars, singing, some keys, some bass), Elaiza Santos (keyboards, vocals), Laetitia Tamko (guitars, vocals), Jon Appel (drums and singing) to Griffin Irvine (bass) of the Real Life Buildings from New York together in the group with some other people liking to make music is here as a small company describing thus ticking clock and raindrops and looking out the window pane as the exhilarating rush of joy possible sometimes still by the harmony simple or Folk-Indie via Significant Weather; within a smart softer distortions, mid-tempo quickening beats sounding catchy and easy-listening to the more complicated musical tracks of honest modern like Cold, No News, Tare, Other Windows, Understanding Gravity and Thaw onto their leading vocals and choirs of blend as so called nice one is this recording and soft surrounding map seeing simplicity. 

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