Melbourne's The Good Morrows
know what they do well, and this self-titled LP gives you ten of the thick, gritty garage-psychedelic nuggets that remind you why rock and roll makes your life better. The influences fall heavily in the '60s with bands such as 13th Floor Elevators, The Yardbirds and The Kinks, but touch on more recent purveyors of this great sound like The Black Lips. And despite the clear psychedelic bent, these tunes are fully radio-friendly. You can try out all the tunes at the Bandcamp link, and download it there as well. If you spend any time in a car, this album could become the soundtrack for your driving adventures for a very long time.
The Good Morrows
are Jarred Scopel, Andrew Plisi, Liam Skoblar, Sam Dolling, and Tim Bass.
This is a great record. I hope they can tour the States.
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