Price: 2.50 euro (Currency Converter)
We think the best time of the year to listen to indie pop is during the summer. What better way to experience sweet melodies than when the sun is shining and most people are on a 2 week sabbatical away from crust earning activity. This year our mission was to source the perfect summer soundtrack and we could think of no better band to achieve that aspiration than the Very Most. The Idaho outfit have had a productive 2009 with ‘Summer’ representing the 2nd instalment of a 4 part seasonal themed project they’ve undertaken with indiecater (part one is here). With the Very Most the rewards are instant (and enduring), their lyrics are universally joyous and the instrumentation is masterfully tailored by chief song writer Jeremy Jensen. We always find it a little incomprehensible that their pop nuggets aren’t the stuff of daytime radio playlist makers dreams. We’d love you to spread the word because the world needs tunes like these to cheer it up.
As ever you can listen to every song on this release and even download the sunshinetastic ‘You’re In Love With The Sun’ for free. If you’re suitably impressed at that stage all you have to do is part with €2.50 and all 4 tracks will be yours forever!
Listen To Summer![audio: http://www.mp3hugger.net/indiecater/tvmsummer/The Very Most – Road Trip.mp3, http://www.mp3hugger.net/indiecater/tvmsummer/The Very Most – The Motor-Vue Lights.mp3, http://www.mp3hugger.net/indiecater/tvmsummer/The Very Most – You’re In Love With The Sun.mp3, http://www.mp3hugger.net/indiecater/tvmsummer/The Very Most – Fireworks.mp3|titles=A Mid-80s Lower-Middle Class Family Summer Road Trip, The Motor-Vue Lights, You’re In Love With The Sun, Fireworks]
Free Download: The Very Most – You’re In Love With The Sun
***Spring/Summer EP Deal***
Add the Spring & Summer EP’s to your shopping cart and use the discount code ‘springsummer’ to get 50 cents off the total price. That’s 2 EP’s for €4.50!!
‘…gently tailored pop touched by magic.’
‘…a thing of beauty…’
‘will have you dreaming of sunny, sandy beaches and carefree days of youth…’