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The tune is part of the band's broader '63 Days Of Love' social movement.
"This record is more consistent than its predecessor."
That'll do, boys; that'll do
You guys are joking right?
The unadorned guitar work was buoyant and crisp and Keith’s vocals were warm and natural. This was inoffensive music done really well, and served as a nice mid-week escape.
"I’m personally very mindful of the way everything sounds. It’s the same process for us now as it was when we started."
A same-sameness permeates much of the album, but the brothers do what they do well, making the repetition just that much more bearable
While fellow Australians, including Jagwar Ma, are tipped for Stateside breakthroughs.