Spencer Burton, Christopher Denny, J. E. Sunde
August 25, 2014 § Leave a comment
I have never properly listened to Canadian indie rock band called Attack In Black. I think I probably should, because I seem to love everything the band members have done since then. If you are a regular reader of this blog, you are well aware that I’m a huge fan of both Daniel Romano and Ian Kehoe (the man behind Marine Dreams). They both played in Attack in Black. And so did this man called Spencer Burton who is about to release his solo album next month. The album Don’t Let The World See Your Love was produced by his former band colleague Daniel Romano and will come out on Dine Alone Records on the 16th of September. This one below is the latest single from the forthcoming album. It’s called A Body Is All She Ever Let Me Hold and it sounds mighty good to me.
The new Christopher Denny album If The Roses Don’t Kill Us is out now on Partisan Records. I was very much into the early single Our Kind of Love few months ago, but the album release somehow slid under my radar. Thankfully I stumbled upon this now, because it still sounds excellent to me. I have to properly check out the full album during the next few days. This is the amazing Our Kind of Love.
Last week the new J.E. Sunde album Shapes That Kiss The Lips Of God kept me company on my way to work and back. It was pretty much the toughest work week I’ve had and I was exhausted both mentally and physically. J.E Sunde might not have been able to take care of that physical side, but certainly did wonders to the mental side. By turning a key in the car, there was again a little bit of sanity in the world and the struggle of a 12-hour workday had been replaced by a steady flow of timeless music. This might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but I’m so completely addicted to this. Especially Dream Baby and A Blinding Flash Of Flight which are both so wonderful. I also had to include the Easy Kid video by Jon Burns, which is definitely one of the best lyric videos I’ve seen.