10 Songs, 34 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Seattle, Washington’s The Cave Singers channel the geography of their home state on Banshee with songs that evoke the calm but vibrant West Coast landscape. On the off-the-cuff rock ‘n’ roll of “Christmas Night,” the band is loose and relaxed, head-nodding through tambourine shakes and reverb-slicked guitar. They pull out glimmering, heartfelt, coastal soul with the clap-along groove of “Strip Mine,” while the hazy sheen of swirling six-string on “Light In The House” wraps around you like a soft, salty breeze.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Seattle, Washington’s The Cave Singers channel the geography of their home state on Banshee with songs that evoke the calm but vibrant West Coast landscape. On the off-the-cuff rock ‘n’ roll of “Christmas Night,” the band is loose and relaxed, head-nodding through tambourine shakes and reverb-slicked guitar. They pull out glimmering, heartfelt, coastal soul with the clap-along groove of “Strip Mine,” while the hazy sheen of swirling six-string on “Light In The House” wraps around you like a soft, salty breeze.

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