Monday, May 3, 2010

Try Me Bicycle - Voicings

I feel rude about my last post. I'll be nice on this one, maybe. So, I'm going to go ahead and give you something I was gonna keep a secret for a real long time.
With a whopping 133 listeners on, and a giant 1012 friends on myspace, this band will knock your socks off and keep your cred so damn high your peers and fellow hipster comrades won't know what to do with yourselves.


Try Me Bicycle's Voicings is the most beautifully nocturnal album I've ever heard. This is an album you'd want playing in the background when you're at a coffee shop at 5am coming down from that bomb-ass E your friend gave you (it wasn't molly, asshole, that was a meth pill. You got ripped hard, son!) and you're actually drinking some real coffee without bullshit all in it. It's the album you want on a night drive to go meet your e-girlfriend you met at some underwear party three states away one night (and you're not really sure how you got there, but that doesn't matter. your anchor tattoos on your thighs looked so good under the sick disco lights). It's the album you want on when you're cuddling with her (not that you'll admit you're cuddling). It's soft, sweet, full of acoustics and pianos and sometimes violins. It screams "nighttime", but it doesn't scream, because unlike you, Try Me Bicycle doesn't really like attention. It's an album for sitting around a bonfire long after everyone else has left, and you just smell like luckies and cheap beer. It's perfect, in short, for all the times you're actually alone and start to feel like it. It has feelings, man. It's honest. You should listen to it.

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