I pledge to not spend this entire review bemoaning my bad timing, missing out on the opportunity to purchase the limited edition CD of The Spring Standards' Live From Delaware and "settling" instead for the digital-only option. I was introduced to this wonderful trio of James Cleare, Heather Robb, and James Smith on the social music site turntable.fm when someone played "Drowning in Sobriety," the bonus track from their sophomore effort Would Things Be Different. The perpetual wandering Fanboy in me is always looking for new music that excites and moves me and that song immediately grabbed hold of me
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"You snooze, you lose."-- Anoymous Smug Asshole The Spring Standards are releasing a limited edition live album via a Kickstarter campaign and I found out about it too late to get in on the action. To quell this savage disappointment and shake me from my despondent stupor, I'm posting a video from their most recent album -- actually a double EP -- yellow//gold. "Nightmare" is one of my favorite songs from that set. The Spring Standards are primarily an Americana, roots-oriented band with sparkling three-part harmonies and those elements are all part of "Nightmare" but there's also a really
A heaven of harmony...
I first stumbled onto The Spring Standards when someone played their song "Drowning In Sobriety" in the 'It's All Connected' room at Turntable.fm. It was an instant hit with me. I immediately downloaded the song from iTunes (the song being an iTunes bonus track only) and ordered the CDs from their web store. I fell for them so quickly because I'm a walking fanboy waiting to happen and because I'm a sucker for great harmonies. It can be wonderful hearing great and interesting vocalists double-track and/or overdub layers of their own voice but there's something even more magical when two
Multimedia goodies from The Spring Standards...
We told you all about The Spring Standards' double EP yellow//gold and the band has released an official for one of the tracks -- "Here We Go Again" and are offering a free download of another track, "Watch The Moon Disappear." I fell in love with The Spring Standards when someone played "Drowning In Sobriety," a digital-only bonus track on the iTunes edition of their Would Things Be Different album, in the "It's All Connected" room at Turntable.fm. I immediately downloaded the song and purchased the physical copy of that album along with their prior set No One Will
I'm getting spring fever for yellow//gold
Check it out, kids, new music from the fabulous trio that is The Spring Standards is on the way and in a genius marketing maneuver, it will arrive during the season what is spring. They are releasing twin EPs called yellow and gold as a single release: yellow//gold on May 1. If you're curious about what these two mini sets have in store, you can check out a song called "Here We Go." You're even encouraged to dance along, although we claim no responsibility for any uncoordinated dance injuries or YouTube embarrassment if your co-worker two cubes over catches you and posts it online. Exercise appropriate caution, people!
I've got Spring fever, kids!
Check it out, kids, new music from the fabulous trio that is The Spring Standards is on the way and in a genius marketing maneuver, it will arrive during the season what is spring. They are releasing twin EPs called yellowand gold as a single release, yellow//gold on May 1 and you can check out a song from the set called "Here We Go." We've got it right here for you to stream to your heart's content and I highly encourage you to do just that. If you're new to Spring Standards, so am I. They are a trio -- did I already mention that? -- comprised