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“Admit it, you don't know much about The Jesus and Mary Chain beyond puzzling over what Bill Murray whispered to Scarlett Johansson at the end of Lost in Translation. It's okay, you're not alone. Jedidiah Foster, the singer and guitarist of The Bittersweet Way introduced his bandmates to The Jesus and Mary Chain in preparation for the next installment of the Cover the Crescent series. This month pays tribute to some of the bands that defined the good music of the '80s: The Cure, The Smiths, Depeche Mode, and of course, The Jesus and Mary Chain on Thursday, February 23 at Crescent Ballroom.”
“Interview and performance footage on the last ever broadcast episode of IMP-TV.”
“One constant remains throughout the history of The Bittersweet Way, and that is Foster's uncanny ability to write catchy, beautiful songs. That distinctive, creative voice is what makes The Bittersweet Way stand out from the crowd.”
"Rain Dancing" - Simple, subtle songs build upon their own sonic craftsmanship while the melodies ebb and flow like an ocean wave - alternately drawing the listener in only to come crashing down unexpectedly.
“This wonderful tune ("Rock Star") resurrects the shoegazer ethic, but offers the bonus of crisp, clear vocals in the style of Lou Reed...”
“Perfect for mosquito plagued summer camps or pointless July afternoons for frustrated cubicle workers stuck under the fluorescents, this E.P. ("Summer Says Hello") gives you a private moment to not have to pretend those yearbook promises of a totally awesome summer ever came true.”