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The Sarandons ‘Don’t Mean Much’ : A wonderland of thought and presence, of which delight and calm your nerves.

The Sarandons

Off of their self-titled 6 track album, The Sarandons brings the understated Americana-rock fire. With ‘Don’t Mean Much’, they continue to take your hand and guide you through a wonderland of thought and presence, of which delight and calm your nerves.

The Sarandons hail from Toronto. Influences like Wilco, The Band, Kurt Vile, Dr Dog, Dylan and The War on Drugs percolate through their brand of rock & roll, which spans neo-psychedelia, roots rock, Americana and indie rock. It comes very easy to imagine yourself figuratively and metaphorically ‘on the road’, whether the pathway is truly asphalted or just an inner one. Wilco, The Band, Kurt Vile, Dr Dog, Dylan and The War on Drugs are some of the influences that coarse through their musical veins.

When you listen, that good home cookin’ vibe and talent surge through the Americana-rock goodness that is apparent. From honest vocals to the jammin’ instrumentals, The Sarandons’ deliver with fab energy and intimacy.

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