MYFEVER – “Childhood Keepsake, Circa 1991”

MYFEVER impressed about two months back with the single “Golden”, an anthemic and soaring effort that showcased the more immediate tendencies of the Atlanta alt-rockers. Off the same EP, Born For Spaces (out 4/28), “Childhood Keepsake, Circa 1991” is a more developmental and serene showing, rising and falling structurally. Soft acoustics and growing vocals build the first minute or so, with guitar trickles and a wordless soaring vocal croon providing a backing effect. This wordless vocal choir assumes a more prominent role by the track’s precise mid-point, showing one of the most beautiful melodic moments I’ve heard from the act thus far. It’s fine work, and shows that at least two of the six EP tracks are guaranteed excellence.

Mike Mineo

I'm the founder/editor of Obscure Sound, which was formed in 2006. Previously, I wrote for PopMatters and Stylus Magazine.

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