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Young Love (single)

Young Love (single) by Aleksi Glick buy album

Aleksi Glick

Label: Ropeadope
Released: 2020
Views: 127

Track Listing

Young Love

Personnel

Chantal Mitvalsky

voice / vocals

Pete Ayres

voice / vocals

Seth Weaver
Seth Weaver

trombone

David Engelhard

saxophone, alto

Jeff Koch

bass, electric

Album Description

Just like their debut EP, Snack Cat's newest single "Young Love," was born on an LA rooftop. Guitarist and bandleader Aleksi Glick was in town, this time for a wedding. Something about the time and place got him thinking about his first serious relationship back in college with a girl from LA. He thought about the concept of one's first love, and how with all the rocky and passionate twists and turns, it plays such a huge part in shaping just about everyone's human experience. The track is an infectious blend of R&B, soul and jazz, with a pop-like chorus that will have you singing along. Much of it was recorded live to capture the magic of the band's ‘live sound' and energy. It was recorded by heavyweight producer/recording engineer John Agnello (Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr, Kurt Vile) with help from Jeremy Delaney at Kaleidoscope Sound and mastered by the legendary Greg Calbi (John Lennon, David Bowie, John Mayer, Bruce Springsteen) at Sterling Sound.


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