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With their literate, lush, and countrified indie folk Brooklyn's Timesbold spans the rather sizable gap between Lyle Lovett and Bright Eyes on their self-titled debut. Lead singer and songwriter Jason Merritt's voice is plaintive and earnest, with a slight quiver, but never pretentiously emotive. And his lyrics, while not dazzlingly profound, speak of heartbreak and disappointment in simple and subtle terms, always avoiding cliché. Timesbold has an intimate handmade feel, and the instrumentation — mostly acoustic, but including such odd choices as theremin and optigan — suits the songs well, adding an extra dimension to this well-rounded debut.

Biografía

Se formó en: Brooklyn, NY

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '00s

Jason Merritt, Max Lichtenstein, and Dan Goebel comprise the indie rock outfit Timesbold. The trio, which hails from Brooklyn, made a big splash overseas with its debut single, "Sewn in Seams," in spring 2001. The Woe Be Gone EP made a bigger impression later that fall, positioning Timesbold for sold-out shows across Europe. A self-titled studio full-length appeared in Belgium and Holland in spring 2002, eventually selling more than...
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