Sunday, January 27, 2019

Young Hunting's slow drip of pop psychedelia and 70's garden rock tones on "Crimes"

Young Hunting's airy track Crimes from the upcoming "True Believers" album is a waltz bathed in a slow drip of psychedelia and 70's garden rock tones. The lyrics twist and turn and feel darker then the swaying music but that only makes the track more interesting. Beautiful and haunting, the even romantic imagery cast by the song feels slightly askew like looking through rose color glasses with cracked lens. 

Los Angeles' Young Hunting create cool dream pop filtered through gothic folk filters centering around primary songwriters Hari Rex and Ilya Mxx. The pair met in 2007 with a shared appreciation for classic 60's / 70's pop, Nick Cave, Jason Molina and Can.  

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Robb Donker





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