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LA Band Seasons’ Up To Release ‘Everything Changes’



Seasons is an LA band that I have seen quite a few times and they are an impressive and buoyant grand ensemble. On stage, they are usually a large bunch (no less than seven musicians, with Nik on vocals and guitar, Adam on bass/synth, Ray on keyboards/beats, Erik on drums, Jarett on percussion, Kaitlin on violin/viola and Dayna on trumpet/flugel) but they sometimes also bring accordion or harmonica, and play their music with a ferocious and almost drunk joie de vivre.

They have emailed us their new single ‘Everything Changes’, the title track of their upcoming full-length, which starts like a Beatles song, but as soon as strings and keyboards wake up the tune literally jumps and bounces of joy. It grows fuller and fuller with energy and urgency as many instruments jump in the mix and Nik Garcia ‘s voice brings some shouted-out human emotion in the middle of a spring-explosion drama. It’s soon a large forest, a whole ecosystem that sounds messier and more animated at each second, and if their music has often been qualified of psych indie rock, I would renounce to categorize these guys as there is way too much going on at the same time.

Also in the email, a video for ‘Coppertone’, another song off their upcoming album, which has more glorious trumpets and cheerful screams but the same explosive dynamism and soaring orchestration, that will uplift any spirit. But again, it’s not as simple as you would think, since you will probably discover more layers and detours you can handle in Seasons’ very creative indie-rock-folk-psychedelia.

Their full-length album ‘Everything Changes’, produced by Scott Colburn (an engineer on Arcade Fire and Animal Collective records) is out March 31st, and they currently have a residency every Tuesdays in March at Harvard and Stone… So I’ll try to catch one of these!

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