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The Revolving Birds

by The Revolving Birds

Already being hailed as one of the best albums of 2011, The Revolving Birds have given birth to one of the most unique records to come along in quite a while with their lush multilayered vocal croonings sandwiched between dreamy melodies and catchy hooks.
Genre: Pop: Garage Pop
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1. Follow You Off
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2. Birds
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3. The People Vs William Jordan
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4. Plans
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5. Aubreya
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6. Elegy (Christopher's Song)
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7. Where's Your Baby
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8. Vultures
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9. Dixie
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10. Over the Ocean
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I'll be surprised if these guys don't blow up huge. In a world of cookie cutter indie bands, the Revolving Birds show a refreshing maturity at being able to write songs with solid structure, great hooks, and superb execution of both vocals and instrumental layering. This is a collection of songs that flows from one to the next in a comfortable progression that makes the whole album feel like one great listening experience. Set your player on repeat and you'll be three times in before you notice. I hope to catch these guys live and can't wait for their next release. They seem so familiar and fresh at the same time. How do they do it?