Playfully titled, “The King Can Drink the Harbour Dry,” it’s no exaggeration to say The Dimes’ new record is a musical Cliffs Notes for an early American History class. A sonic adventure with influences ranging from Simon and Garfunkel to The Beatles’ White Album, it’s the distinct lyrical musings that set it apart from other folk-pop albums this year. Singer-songwriter Johnny Clay delivers a dramatic history lesson with a baroque assortment of instruments, sixties pop harmonies, and delightfully simple arrangements as though he’s channeling the spirits of people, places and events from early day Boston, Massachusetts.
Buy the record here: Timber Carinval Webstore
Connect with The Dimes:
+ Artist Website: www.thedimes.com
+Downloadable: One Sheet
+ Download: Damrells Fire (mp3)
+ Download: Save Me, Clara (mp3)
+ Contact: Ryan Wines | email@example.com | 541.981.0003