|Favorite Saints / Southern Gentleman Ep|
|Album:||Southern Gentleman Ep||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Favorite Saints||Added:||Dec 2005|
|Add Date:||2006-02-19||Pull Date:||2006-04-23|
|Week Ending:||Apr 23||Mar 26||Mar 19||Mar 12||Mar 5||Feb 26|
|1.||May 01, 2006:||The Ground State |
|4.||Mar 24, 2006:||The Ground State |
|2.||Apr 20, 2006:||The Sad Men's Club |
|5.||Mar 17, 2006:||The Ground State |
|3.||Apr 18, 2006:||The Ground State |
|6.||Mar 15, 2006:||Deep in the Groove |
Folk-influenced indie rock. Mostly acoustic instrumentation, male+female harmonies throughout. Most tracks take a nice turn in the last minute with more lush instrumentation. Sounds a bit like the slower Broken Social Scene ballads. You can hear a bit of Death Cab mixed in too. All the songs sound pretty similar. FCC Clean. Picks: 1, 3. |
**1. Driving acoustic rock. Broken Social Scene-esque whiskey throated male singer with female harmonies.
2. Slower. Strings, very high electric guitar. Last minute is very pretty.
**3. Female vocals more dominant, soothing instrumentation.
4. Acoustic guitar (tinny sound), harmony vocals. Doesn't do much.
5. Reaching female vocals, acoustic guitar. Catchy melody, but repetitive lyrics.
6. Mournful, most minimal instrumentation on this album. Female vox stand on their own. Very folky.
|1.||First Words||4.||Southern Gentleman|
|2.||Never Turn In Your Brother||5.||Near Dark|
|3.||Talk Radio||6.||Airport Chapel|