SILVER SYNTHETIC – ” In the Beginning “

Posted: February 23, 2021 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Silver Synthetic

Loved the debut EP from New Orleans chooglers Silver Synthetic which came out last year and with “In The Beginning,” the band announces their first LP for Third Man coming on April 9th. The song follows the debut’s sunbaked country saunter — a gulf stream gust of Cosmic Americana that’s steeped in twang with just a hint of West Coast vibe and running through it. While its not easy to shake the salt air out of the song, at its core there’s a heat struck, back porch sound to ease “In The Beginning” that feels soaked in humid Southern summer nights with nothing on the docket the next day. Despite its title, the cut’s a bit of an end of party tune, winding down with the last couple of stalwarts still taking in that star-borne vista and feeling set for the moment. The band’s eponymous debut sets them up nicely to slot in among the current cosmic revival, clipping a couple of stunners from the EP and setting them up with a whole bunch of new favourites as well. 

New Orleans garage-psych quartet Silver Synthetic are excited to announce their anticipated self-titled debut album, due April 9th, 2021 via Third Man Records. The first glimpse of the album is the opening track “In The Beginning” and its accompanying video — watch and listen to the track and pre-order Silver Synthetic . The album will be released on vinyl, CD, and Bandcamp-exclusive cassette on April 9th. Limited-edition “sunrise swirl” vinyl will be available at TMR storefronts and select indie record stores in the US & UK.

In the Beginning · Silver Synthetic ·  Third Man Records Released on: 2021-02-17

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