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The Lovers Key: REVIEW

REVIEW: The Lovers Key – “Bright Eyes, Black Soul”

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Nooga – The music of The Lovers Key comes to you from the mind of Christopher Moll, the man responsible for the fantastically underrated indie-pop band The Postmarks. Trading on aspects of ’60s rock, indie soul and glistening pop, the band’s music is as dynamic and as hard to pin down as you might imagine, given the pedigree of the man behind the moniker. Taken from their recently released debut, “Here Today Gone Tomorrow” (which will find itself blessed with a deluxe reissue come Sept. 23), the latest single to be shared is “Bright Eyes, Black Soul,” a smooth chunk of bright melodies, warbling organ runs and crooning vocals. Driven by a primal pop instinct, Moll evokes a handful of genres without ever feeling beholden to any one influence and draws you into his lush world of vibrant rhythms with just the press of a button…

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