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Farewell, Fairweather

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Acoustic, melodic, and striving to be slow.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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3. Watery
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10. Late July
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There's a different level of connection when a group opts for a bare-bones approach to making music, maybe only incorporating a few instruments and relying on a decidedly un-effects-heavy production method. It's a gamble, because rather than hiding behind layers of sound or walls of feedback, they're just out there– there's nowhere to hide. For this New Jersey trio, the clean and calm approach is one that seems tailor-made for their songs, and vice-versa. Quiet but not timid, slow but not dreary, these tracks are reminiscent of some of the best male/female 90's combos (think an acoustic Velocity Girl), with a modern (and timeless, really) relevancy that is conveyed strikingly through the vocals and lyrics. Tracks like "Watery" and "Late July" manage to be both beautiful and tragic, and almost effortlessly so. And make sure to check out "Farewell, Fairweather," and "New Doctors," great songs that throw the quiet-and-calm approach out the window at the exact right times.