Press on Randy | Moths and Butterflies

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Moths and Butterflies

by Press on Randy

Electronic folk-rock
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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1. What It Takes to Be a Sailor
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2. Bullets and Beachballs
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3. Dogs Go Blind
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4. Moths and Butterflies
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5. Little Fish Are Not Your Friends
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6. My Castle Is Your Sand
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Press on Randy brings together a blend of the organic and electronic to create a fresh perspective on folk, rock, and electronica in his debut release. With singer/songwriter elements, sequencing and thought provoking lyrics, Press on Randy bends genres and breathes life into an unusual format.


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Care for an insanely catchy, hook-driven, genre-blending mini-album? Mixing equal parts of Postal Service, Bright Eyes, and MGMT, you know what you're getting into from the start: hummable, sweet, and superbly produced indie electro-folk/pop. The brainchild of musical multi-tasker Seamus Tomkins, this EP takes what could have been good singer/songwriter acoustic fare and takes it up several notches by adding layers of production. Elements like technicolor synths, clever drum programming that would make Bjork smile, warm beds of acoustic rhythm guitar, and finally Tomkins' own distinctive, emotive vocals all come together in a sparkling, radio ready mix of catchy, inventive pop songs.