Science & Charity from the forthcoming CD "In Transit" by the Larch Dig the retro futurism! The song title is inspired by an early Picasso painting and the lyrics lament the state of the present compared to the that was future widely portrayed in the media of the 50s, 60s & 70s. The music has been described as The Cars meets XTC! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VaJrk-IPcS0&list=PLitab7hwfrOpVVSPz6kGgxtkQs3DL-nx5&index=2
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Stream or Download Days to the West by the Larch: http://thelarch.bandcamp.com/ "Not a single miss on this album: another winner from a group that deserves to be much better known than they are." - New York Music Daily http://newyorkmusicdaily.wordpress.com/2012/09/27/larch/
Yet another song inspired by a feature on National Public Radio - a few years back there was a mini-trend of parents buying GPS enabled cell phones for their teenagers so they would be able to keep track of their whereabouts. I don't know what happened to the trend - probably the teenagers would be too savvy for something like that to work for long - but apparently the parents had a go.
So, the song is about being able to do things like that and the impulse behind it. Another rockin' little number - a fave live tune - a lot of the recording; the main guitar part (all the solos etc.) and the rhythm section parts are just the way we played it live in the studio.
First track on the player: http://myspace.com/dentresistant