Video: Air Review – “America’s Son”

Air Review America's Son
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A little while ago we posted a track called “Low Wishes” from Dallas based quartet Air Review, describing them as a folksy, blues band that recalls Mumford & Sons or even Fleet Foxes. The outfit, with only a four-track EP to their name, have been gaining momentum, particularly thanks to their EP’s title track and new single, “America’s Son”.

“America’s Son” is a peaceful, quiet tune to listen to, fronted with an electronica based beat that compliments the subtle plucks of the banjo and sweet vocal harmonies found here. A very pleasant jam and easy indicator to why these guys are getting noticed. Check it out below:

Air Review – “America’s Son”

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