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NEW LONDON FIRE
HAPPINESS THROUGH RADIOS AND WIRES
SELF-RELEASED

Taking elements of 50’s and 60’s pop and Phil Spector-influenced wall of sound style (“Waterpark”), New Jersey unit New London Fire take a meticulously vintage approach to recreate the aura of their childhood musical memories on their sophomore effort HAPPINESS THROUGH RADIO AND WIRES. Chock full of moonlight drive doo-wop vocal melodies (“I Ran to Hide”), Beatles-esque movements (“Lonely”), and blue collar rock a la Bruce Springsteen and Jackson Browne (“Olivia”), this 10-track disc plays as if tuned in to a classic oldies station, complete with rich production and smooth and easy on the ears compositions that you could hear everywhere from the supermarket to the background of a television show.
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- Mike SOS