We're always on the lookout for great new tracks to share with our readers, and William Brittelle's "Sheena Easton" definitely falls under that category. It's a cut off of Brittelle's sophomore release, Television Landscape, which landed in stores just weeks ago. In the course of an album marked by complex orchestrations that are by turns jazzy and jarring and some frankly mind-bending arrangements, Brittelle collaborates with a slew of musicians from bands like the Long Count and Alarm Will Sound, and on "Sheena Easton," the patently unfairly talented kids of the Brooklyn Youth Chorus. And if that's not enough of a taste, you can get a load of the album's opening track, "Dunes of Vermillion", on Brittelle's MySpace page.
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