Southeast Engine - "Black Gold"

by Sarah Zupko

29 January 2009

 

I’ve been enjoying Southeast Engine’s new record, From the Forest to the Sea (Misra Records), all week. The pastoral pop blended with classic indie rock, a bit of British Invasion harmony and Band/Byrdsian rootiness makes their new album a pretty addicting proposition. “Black Gold” is the first video off said release and has the band posing as tourists in Washington DC. Look for the album the week of February 17th and the PopMatters review then as well.

 

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