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Air Review

Hometown: Dallas, Texas
Member(s): Douglas Hale (vocals, piano, guitar), Dragan Jakovljevic (vocals, guitar),  Richard Carpenter (vocals, guitar, keys, percussion), Jeff Taylor (vocals, bass), Justin Robinson (drums)

Relative to: Air Traffic Controller, Thumpers, Scattered Trees
Genre: indie pop

For when you’re: on your morning hike up to the lake

Release(s): America’s Son EP, Low Wishes
Highlight Track(s): Young, Waiting Lessons, America’s Son
Highlight Lyric: “I lost my wishes when I finally found you/ I’d sell my ashes for a vial of the truth/ And I’m not really asking/ I’m not really asking” from Low Wishes

Highlight Review: “dominated by waffly synthesizers before giving way to the kind of unabashed choral clapping that would not have sounded out of place on a pop album. In the hands of a less confident band all this might have turned out to be a right old mess, but Air Review seem to know exactly what they’re doing and leave no stone unturned in their quest to produce something that’s greater than the sum of its parts.” – read more at Sputnik Music

Website: www.airreview.net
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YouTube: Young video via KXT Radio