[mp3] Son Ambulance - "Horizens"

I just received a copy of the new Son Ambulance album, Someone Else’s Déjà Vu, the other day from Saddle Creek Records. I was only able to listen to the first 6 or 7 songs so far, but, not previously having heard them, I enjoyed it. There’s a big time 60’s influence happening in the music, but not just the standard British Invasion or garage rock thing - they exist, but alongside some Brill Building pop and a samba, or maybe tropicalia, influence going on too. Lots and lots of cool harmonies as well.

The first single is this track, “Horizens”, which I’ve been listening to on repeat now for about 15 minutes. It’s a pretty, folksy little tune that eschews the longer song structures of much of the album - perfect music for days like today that foreshadow an incredibly hot summer just around the corner. Someone Else’s Déjà Vu comes out July 8.

MP3 :: Horizens
(from Someone Else’s Déjà Vu. Info here)

Hear more at the Son Ambulance myspace

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