Night Beds claims Nashville as their home, but as their sound suggests, they've spent many a sunny day out on the road, soaking up experiences to be channeled into their full length album "Country Sleep." Night Beds' vocalist Winston Yellen has a voice that will stay in your head long after the song is over, in the best way a voice can linger. It contains a mixture of urgency and dreaminess that seems effortless. That voice is surrounded by subtle and interesting instrumentation, which can be described as a little folk, a little understated and exceedingly beautiful. "Ramona" is an expansive and ever-changing landscape of a song.
If you missed them when they came through St. Louis, don't worry. An encore performance is about as sure a thing as a sunny day.