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Posted June 19, 2017 by Mike Mineo in Indie Pop
 
 

Embden Lane – “Think About You All the Time”

“Think About You All the Time” sounds like the work of veteran pop songwriters from the ’60s, not the debut from a Brooklyn four-piece in 2017 — as it is. Thoroughly captivating in its brief two minutes, this is a wonderful slice of power-pop that’s catchy from the get-go, recalling the timeless sound of The Zombies and early Beatles in the harmonious vocal melody and endearing guitar twang. Recorded in a makeshift studio/rehearsal space in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn this spring, “Think About You All the Time” is likely the beginning of a fervent favorite among fans of timelessly crafted power-pop, re-imagined in 2017.

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