Mom Pop hits the ground running with fuzzed out guitars and a soon-accompanied classic-rock melody. You’re instantly put into a good mood, that kind of feeling you get when you’ve left a long shift at work and you’re driving to a party and the windows are down and everything is gonna be ok. It’s magical, when you look at it like that.
Paloma has been playing together for over 16 years, and it shows. They’re not your average indie-rock, college-radio group. No, they’re more intentional and thought out than that. They’ve put work into cultivating their sound, into learning their instruments, and into playing with each other. Their latest album, Mom Pop, is a perfect example of a group of musicians who know how to play to each other’s strengths. Literally.
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