New England’s Constellation Myths explore the nature of memory on 'Case History'

I’m a sucker for nostalgia. Any music or song that gives me the feels and brings me back to a more innocent time always gets me. The band asserts their band’s songs have a “back porch country-time lemonade” quality to them and that’s exactly what they have. Like when you were a preteen falling asleep in the back seat of your parent's car while on a road trip. The banjo-led ‘Suffer’ eloquently evokes that late-in-the-day childhood nostalgia while ‘Case History’ has beautiful sounding slide and picking guitars while the voice of Molly Seamans is sweet and endearing. Check out their 'Case History' EP for the full experience of melancholy storytelling.

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- Spencer Dipthorpe

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