Thursday, September 28, 2006

Catfish Haven - I Don't Worry

When Catfish Haven released their debut EP earlier this year, nearly everyone seemed to hail them as an amazing new talent and live band. You'd think that by releasing their full-length Tell Me only a few months later the band could ride the same success, but it seems this newer album hasn't struck quite as many chords as I assumed. Honestly, I'm quite shocked, cus I think this new album is even better than their EP. I especially love "I Don't Worry." It features one of the best choruses I've heard in a while, and the ending to the song is simply amazing, with its 60s style rock/soul/rockabilly feel. There's something about the singer's raspy yet soulful, smooth vocals that leave me on my knees the way I thought only Marvin could do.

Bonus Track - Crazy For Leaving
Bonus Track - Tell Me

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