The Quarter After:: Changes Near and Too Much to Think About

With earthy vocals in the neighborhood of Roger McGuinn and Tom Petty, and a sound evoking Byrdsian memories, California’s The Quarter After begin on solid ground. The group formed early in the decade, and were personally chosen by Arthur Lee and Love to be the only opening band for his first show in seven years after being released from prison. The Quarter After’s eponymous debut was released on Ric Menck’s Birdsong label and the group will unveil their second release Changes Near, March 18th on The Committee to Keep Music Evil, a partnership between Rob of TQA and Anton of the BJM, manufactured and distributed through Cargo U.K. The group also have a limited edition 7” Too Much to Think About, out now.

audio:
See How Good It Feels.mp3Turning Away.mp3

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