By Jason Grishkoff | October 8th, 2012
It’s weird thinking that such an upbeat and catchy tune is being sung by a dead man. But, that’s the case with “Things I Like To Do,” which was actually recorded back around the turn of the millennium.
The man behind Scorpio Loon was Larry Alvarez, a secretive artist who kept his music to himself. When he died in 2011, he willed that his family reveal his back catalog of music to the masses.
This is typically the part where I tell you where you can find more from the band and muse about their future potential. Not so, I suppose. Still can’t wrap my head around it when I listen to this song…