Blurred Harmony is the 4th studio full-length album from indie psych-folk stalwarts, The Parson Red Heads. It is the overdriven jangle of Teenage Fanclub and Big Star power-pop, the skewed psychedelics of the Paisley Underground, the bittersweet energy of New Zealand's Dunedin Sound movement, and the muted twang of Cosmic Americana, all crammed into 44 minutes. As the band's frontman, Evan Way puts it, This record is more a true part of us than any record we have made before. It's an album about nostalgia, about time, change, about the hilarious, wonderful, bittersweet, sometimes sad, always incredible experience of living. Sometimes it is about regret, or the possibility of regret. These are big topics, and to us, it is a big album, yet somehow still intimate and honest.
Blurred Harmony is the 4th studio full-length album from indie psych-folk stalwarts, The Parson Red Heads. It is the overdriven jangle of Teenage Fanclub and Big Star power-pop, the skewed psychedelics of the Paisley Underground, the bittersweet energy of New Zealand's Dunedin Sound movement, and the muted twang of Cosmic Americana, all crammed into 44 minutes. As the band's frontman, Evan Way puts it, This record is more a true part of us than any record we have made before. It's an album about nostalgia, about time, change, about the hilarious, wonderful, bittersweet, sometimes sad, always incredible experience of living. Sometimes it is about regret, or the possibility of regret. These are big topics, and to us, it is a big album, yet somehow still intimate and honest.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: FLGV
Rel. Date: 06/09/2017
UPC: 8436001906171

Blurred Harmony
Artist: Parson Red Heads
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Blurred Harmony is the 4th studio full-length album from indie psych-folk stalwarts, The Parson Red Heads. It is the overdriven jangle of Teenage Fanclub and Big Star power-pop, the skewed psychedelics of the Paisley Underground, the bittersweet energy of New Zealand's Dunedin Sound movement, and the muted twang of Cosmic Americana, all crammed into 44 minutes. As the band's frontman, Evan Way puts it, This record is more a true part of us than any record we have made before. It's an album about nostalgia, about time, change, about the hilarious, wonderful, bittersweet, sometimes sad, always incredible experience of living. Sometimes it is about regret, or the possibility of regret. These are big topics, and to us, it is a big album, yet somehow still intimate and honest.