A quick listen reveals a band that’s serious about crafting introspective pop gems with real teeth: audacious percussion, funky bass, sparkling guitars and passionate vocals—even an occasional jazzy piano—all combine into a style of music that recalls everything from the 1930’s the 1970’s but sounds altogether modern. The group’s press notes point out that they’ve has toured with Collective Soul, Jars of Clay and Train, and that’s not a bad picture of their music: pop sensibilities, unapologetic gospel roots, and a deep appreciation for rock history.
About the author:
A graduate of the University of Nebraska, Luke Harrington currently resides in Tulsa and works in the aerospace industry–but, at any given moment, would probably rather be reviewing movies and music. In his spare time, he’s off playing blues piano, pretending to be Assistant Editor for MovieZeal.com, or reviewing the many musical events in Northeastern Oklahoma for Tulsa Today.