“Gertie Fox is a group of four L.A. guys who channel the twang of The Band and The Byrds with the modern unkempt fortes of legends like Built to Spill and Archers of Loaf. In-fact, if the U.S. needs its own Wolf Parade, Gertie Fox may be able to take on that task, but there’s a certain sense of restraint and general comfort in the music that sets this quartet apart from the pack. If the sunny daydream haze of Grandaddy was your blanket at night, Gertie Fox’s An Imaginary Meeting in the Woods may help ease the mourning and introduce you to a new band of soothing string-pluckers that make laid-back pop for the college set.”—Fanatic Promotion
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