Eternal Summers – Beko 16

December 19, 2009 at 5:07 pm Leave a comment

Eternal Summers - Beko 16

Surely I don’t need to tell you that Beko DSL’s newest single from Eternal Summers is great, because Pitchfork already has. The two new songs, “Safe at Home” and “Dye” are indie-pop gems, to use a descriptor that is at once tired and entirely descriptive. Guitars that evoke The Lilys collude with unimposingly pop-punk vocals and an occasional sound suggestive of what I’ve recently heard called “insurgent country” to form, under pressure, said descriptor. The two tracks are drawn from their upcoming LP, the band calling them “…the oldest tracks from the new LP… They kind of bridge our EP with the rest of the LP if that makes sense” – the EP in question being a self-released CD, of equally outstanding quality, that will shortly be treated to an appearance on an also self-released 10″.

Beko DSL has made it their kind prerogative to share excellent music for free, so head over to their website to download the Eternal Summers single, as well as their slew of other groovy releases.

Hugs n’ bugs,

Dwight

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