Birds of America

Earnest sounds for earnest ears. Upon every listen, Birds of America reminds me of a wonderful balance. The light guitar strums, add occasional analog tinkerings, add some fuzzy guitar tones. I'm hooked. The songs are lyrically rewarding because the lack of effort to always be 'saying something'. It's like each one is a peek at a thought or a string of thoughts. A friend is just kind of day-dreaming, and you ask "What are you thinking about?," you usaully get an "Oh nothing." It feels to me Birds of America shares those thoughts with us.

The lo-fi pop symmetry could bring some Neutral Milk Hotel or more recently, Mountain Goats comparisons, but I think the feel is a bit more nostalgic ; some of the more somber parts of All Things Must Pass , definitely come to mind. I believe Nathaniel Russell is the main force behind Birds of America . They have recorded one full length and a 7" on the Isota camp, which is, as well as, Mr. Russel , based in Berkeley, CA. The full length entitled, Current Carry is available to purchase here.

Between The Blue And Blackened Dew.mp3

I Wish I Was Born An Animal.mp3

...And an all time favorite

George Harrison - Apple Scruffs.mp3


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