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Little Shrine ‘Make Me Better’ : Exuberant vibes of a past decade, logically timed to pop grandness.

Little Shrine / Photo: Ginger Fierstein

San Francisco Bay Area indie rock/folk punk outfit Little Shrine radiates with a pop antics and folk salinity in ‘Make Me Better’. The single is off of their sophomore record ‘The Good Thing About Time’ and it exudes that exuberant vibes of a past decade, logically timed to pop grandness, and deliciously presented in the most charming of progressions.

Predominantly a project of folk frame works, Little Shrine, steps one foot off further into a purified punk construction of ‘Make Me Better’, as the song continues a markedly vibrant evolution of the band’s song writing aims in 2020.

Fun and irreverent at times; emblematic and cogent in the most decadent, Jade Shipman’s vocals travel far and wide, capturing hearts and dancing feet.

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Jade is joined by guitarist Tony Schoenberg, violinist Ryan Avery, and producer Ben Bernstein, to produce a sum of songs that stretches the outfits yearning for making great music.

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