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“Plenty of sticky sweet pop hooks, excellent vocal harmonies, and some of the coolest bubblegum psych touches"”
“Burgess Meredith's Banana Moon is the sound of the season. The Josh King-led local collective channels the ephemeral fun of Seventies AM-radio pop by grafting disparate sources like Beach Boys vocal harmonies and music-hall derived keyboard tinkering into an action-packed whole.”
“With full chorus lines, forceful rockabilly piano, and some tastefully brief and delightfully fuzzy guitar solos, Burgess Meredith are a great new band that has quite the knack at reinterpreting 60’s pop through modern garage-rock”
“Burgess Meredith’s Banana Moon is big. It’s huge. And you can hear this right from the very start. “Me As in You,” which is one of my favorite songs of the year out of Austin so far, starts off with some staccato keyboard chords and a minimal drumbeat (and a muffled spoken word sample) before exploding at the 15-second mark in a tangled fury of voices and keyboards”
“Burgess Meredith crafts 60s-inspired pop tunes that are as infectious as they are quirky.”