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Tunes for a Monday Morning

Today's tunes come from the outrageously talented Josh Flowers and The Wild, a five-piece alt-folk and blues band from London. These young lads are just blindingly good.

Above: "Nickajack Cave," from their first EP, The Observatory Sessions (recorded live last year at the old Radcliffe Observatory in Oxford).

Below: "Poor Boy Blues," from the same EP.

Last:

"Rolling Through," a lovely song from their new EP, Young Bones. Banjo, cello, fine harmonies, and Flowers' gorgeous lyrics. <happy sigh>

I you want more, go here for the music video for "Cold,"  off the new EP.

Comments

These sweet, talented young'uns got me missing my long gone youth this morning. It was a nice trip through the 'Poor-Boy Blues' for the beginning of a new week. Ah, said the old woman. I remember it well that longing and the energy of it. :-)

Wow... what a great group. I'm so glad they found eachother early in life, they truly meet each other in their genius!

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