Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Jam of the Day | AgesandAges - So So Freely

Photo by Alicia J. Rose

I rather adore that the bio for Portland's seven-piece (yes, count 'em, seven), AgesandAges suggests that "church words" are the best way to describe its music. In fact, that same bio assures us that AgesandAges is not a cult. Good to know.

Yet, I do get the comparison. The collective's eternal optimist outlook might eek an eye roll out of the most jaded, but I gotta say, the effervescent tambourines and Sunday harmonies, for me, simply do what they oughta: lighten my mood.

On today's JOTD, "So So Freely," the free spirited indie-folksters recall the powerful group dynamic of The New Pornographers and the striking boy-girl choruses of Port O'Brien. A newly named All Songs Considered "Band to Watch For," AgesandAges is gearing up to take its unabashed enthusiasm for life in general to a wider audience. Won't you drink the Kool-Aid?

AgesandAges - So So Freely

More on AgesandAges...

Alright You Restless is out now. Buy the album here.

The band debuted a video for today's Jam of the Day from its record release show at Mississippi Studios over at Paste Magazine.

Also, do us a solid and watch the band's video for the song "Navy Parade" by clicking here.

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