Tuesday, July 24, 2012

The Radio Cure | Volume 2.3

Pomegranates | Photo by Drew Jacoby

Oh, Tuesday. What is your purpose? We thought we'd help you ascend from the existential angst that abounds on seemingly meaningless Tuesdays and treat you with a new Radio Cure.

Download. Listen. Ignore the absurdity of our human existence.

Pomegranates - Pass Away
With sunburn guitars and a falsetto repeat of "Oooh, I need your love," this song sounds so very summery to us. Heaven is out now on Modern Outsider.

The Spring Standards - Heavy Home
Another beautifully written song by The Spring Standards from yellow//gold (out now on Parachute Shooter), "Heavy Home" perfectly captures the incongruous feelings we often feel about the familiar.

Alberta Cross - Magnolia
"Magnolia" has that "ride off into the sunset" quality made even more mystical with Alberta Cross' brand of southern rock. Songs of Patience is out now on ATO. 

Callers - Howard 2 Hands
Sara Lucas' vocals add a magical layer to this song about "dancing in all of the right and wrong places." Reviver is out October 9th on Partisan.

Solos - Carpe Diem
Spencer Seim (Hella) and Aaron Ross are now making power psych under the moniker, Solos. Beast of Both Worlds comes out September 11th on Joyful Noise.

The Felice Brothers - Lincoln Continental
This down home ditty is the first track off the band's new collection of songs, God Bless You, Amigo

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