Sorry for the hiatus life has been busy and the summer heat has left me quite lazy I must confess and I think some of you know how much I hate the heat. But I have so much new music I seriously am not sure where to begin…So let us back up a bit, rewind, reverse, what have you.

The Yarrows hail from New Jersey and according to their website

The Yarrows are a band started in a house in a 200 acre woods in New Jersey in 2002.

Four guys from Jersey who make mellow indie folk rock. Their debut album Plum was released through Empyrean Records on June 19th. An inspiring debut from this group of guys from Jersey indeed, their tour dates have yet to be determined but hopefully they can make it out West eventually, for now I recommend tracking them down if you live in the Jersey/Philadelphia area and I will keep you posted on tour dates.  A couple tracks I hope tickle your fancy as much as they tickled mine.

mp3 Expired: Cellophane

mp3 Expired: Impossible One

The Yarrows on myspace

Plum 2007 (Empyrean Records) available HERE and HERE


2 Responses to “The Yarrows, Plum”

  1. colin on July 12th, 2007 3:34 am

    rachel, this is perfect music for that hazy lazy summer heat (yes, even Glasgow is warming up a little bit). tickled my fancy and much else (i managed to type that with a straight face). thanks for the introduction to the yarrows.x

  2. Rachel on July 12th, 2007 11:07 am

    Awesome Colin! I smiled. And how hot is it in Glasgow now? Does it ever hit above 80? ;-)

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