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  1. Tegore
    May 15,  · It’s May now, and at times, I’m ready for to begin: I don’t really want to see what surprises await me. It’s at times like this that I put on the new Woods record, City Sun Eater in the River of Light, a bright blast of sunshine, folk-rock and just general good vibes. It’s not the best record I’ve heard this year, but it’s.
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  2. Golkree
    We heard it leak out of the album's "Sun City Creeps" when it was released last month, and a similar vibe is easily detected in this new one. Listen to "Can't See At All" below. City Sun Eater In.
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  3. Akilmaran
    Over the years, fans of the band Woods have come to rely on some things. Their albums always sound great thanks to bassist Jarvis Taveniere's uncluttered but sneakily weird production. Their songs, as written by Jeremy Earl, are folk-rock gems with the occasional country-rock ballad and noisy, '70s-influenced, lengthy jam thrown in. Earl's voice is another constant, with his high-pitched twang 8/
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