Hey New York! On July 15th we're hosting a rad rooftop showcase at Our Wicked Lady. Want more details? You'll find them here.
We're hosting Metoux and Oscar Key Sung at Berlin's Badehaus on July 28th. RSVP here because it's going to be a good time :)
From the twinkling intervals of the first six notes, then the breathless, rollicking drive (that pushed "Little Miss Sunshine" through its voyage), the song begins as a celebration of freedom ("I drove to New York / In a van with my friends / We slept in parking lots / I don't mind, I don't mind / I was in love with the place"), which makes a perfectly fine road-trip and soundtrack song. But as the song begins to reflect on itself, we hear about the double-edged sword of nomadic existence, and that's where Stevens makes a song of the decade. - Treeswingers