Eliza Jones and Brandon Beaver formed Buried Beds as a duo a few years back. Since then, the band has grown into a five piece featuring a raucous mix of big drums, electric guitars, viola, piano and and heavy doses of three-part harmonies that mesh together with a mesmerizing and palpable chemistry. The band's debut album, Empty Rooms, won them many fans and accolades, including "Best Band" in Philadelphia Magazine and a spot on Believer Magazine's yearly music compilation.
Buried Beds recently put the finishing touches on their sophomore album, Tremble The Sails. Recorded by Beaver and Jones and mixed by the Spinto Band's Nick Krill, Tremble trades their previous album's delicate banjos for dueling guitars that create a landscape where love, death and your future-self throw a party. Tremble The Sails is filled with pop ecstatics that harken back to the Athens bubble gum psych revival of the 90's with the occasional nod to Jeff Lynne. Joyful songs like "Breadcrumb Trail" and "Ivory Towers" will transport you, toes-tapping, into visions haunted by regal ancestors, hollow earth, and mystical creatures that give a general feeling that the world is a dark and beautiful place.