Sleepy Sun:: Fever

California’s Sleepy Sun just released their sophomore album, Fever. Buzzing and a little note twirling inaugurate the journey on “Marina,” before a retraction occurs in the folkier settings of “Rigamaroo’s” reverberating acoustic strings and homey late afternoon channeling. “Wild Machines” comes through with a stonier rock traversing from chaos to the more solitary ground of “Ooh Boy’s” nocturnal front porch setting. “Acid Love” is a reverberating guitar stained meditational¬†making light for the eventual harmonica led breakdown jam found on “Desert God.” Overall reminds of a less hazy Speck Mountain, a little Airplane, some jammy, and a little smoke that won’t make you sleepy.

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