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Saintseneca 7/15/14 + Video

Saintseneca 7/15/14
Written by Amy Faerber
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  • Date Recorded: July 15, 2014
  • Artist / Band: Saintseneca
  • Hosting Show: The Space Parlour
  • Sound: Jon Valley
  • Video: Andy Coco and Valerie Tichacek

Saintseneca offers up dreamy pop sounds with an interesting mix of acoustic instrumentation and electronic sounds that is at once soothing and vibrant.

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The quartet, made up by Zac Little, Steve Ciolek, Jon Meador and Maryn Jones, is currently touring in support of their new album "Dark Arc."

The first track, "Happy Alone," the first single from the new album, has a dreamy vibe with echoed guitar and free form vocals. "Only the Young Die Good" has an amazing line nestled amongst all of the intricate instrumentation: "I pray your corruption comes," a wonderfully sweet, yet salty, wish.

"Fed Up with Hunger" brings the melancholy and the last track "Blood Bath," contains an insane cacophony of noise in the middle that is unsettling but really, really cool at the same time.

The songs are constructed simply, but are layered in a way to make them challenging, interesting and worth many listens.

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