Squeeze & Turn by The Brush

The brush is Aaron Alan Mitchell, a LA-based musician/filmmaker, however the musician’s on theis track really compose a supergroup for those of us who love the emerging folk rock sound that is permeating its way through out the U.S. Members of Father John Misty, Midlake and St. Vincent come together to play on this latest track.

I just love this sound, the vocal is just so laid back, like a patchwork afghan draped across the corner of my grandmothers sofa, just waiting for me to lose myself in. The production is very analog sounding, warm and tube driven tones that just spread comfort in every note.

Time — you can squeeze it, it turns, it can be frozen, and it can be burned.

Life is like a firework, a beautiful display of light and color, and then nothing.

All we leave behind is a mark, a stone carving, an impression of what was.

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