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Posted August 3, 2017 by Mike Mineo in Indie Rock
 
 

Brightwood Patriarch – “I Believe”

“I Believe” is the first of “about 12 unreleased tracks” that NYC-based indie-folk act Brightwood Patriarch plans to release over the near future. The project has grown from a solo recording project to a more full band affair, with “I Believe” showing a bright and crisp mixture of folk and rock that reminds of Father John Misty, with a soaring vocal presence that’s at times reminiscent of Jim James. It all makes for a great sound, with strong vocals and vibrant, bouncy melodies already showing Brightwood Patriarch as an act to look out for with their debut track.

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