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With every summer having it’s own anthem (Float On anyone?), it’s a surprise that more regional bands haven’t embraced this. Have no fear, as Columbia’s Latenights have stepped up to the plate to try and fill that void. You can stream the two songs below or download them also (name your price.)
The opener “Sunrise Surprise” is a perfect blend of pop-rock and surf guitars, with just a hint of The Pixies in their harmonies. The next song “Maui Wowwee” is more tame, suggesting The Beach Boys as a large influence. While the songs both represent two different sides of the summer spectrum, but both just as valid and just as enjoyable. Also of note is that the recordings were helmed by Kenny McWilliams formerly of Courage Riley and Baumer, as well as the man behind the boards for the last The Sea Wolf Mutiny release.
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