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Major kudos for this album!

If the calm and relaxing, yet exciting and anxious period between late spring and early summer could be put into musical form, this album would be it. Sam's voice is soothing, but when juxtaposed with the bouncy instruments, I feel the urge to ride my bike down the street, run in the sprinklers, and watch the neighborhood kids play hopscotch, all while bobbing my head and singing along, like a cheery movie montage. For fans of The Format, this album carries reminders of Dog Problems' instrumentals and pep, and I highly recommend it!

The best!!

Amazing album!

Biography

Born: Arizona

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Singer/songwriter and pop confectioner Sam Means honed his hitmaking chops alongside Nate Ruess as one-half of Arizona indie pop outfit the Format. When Ruess left the project in 2008 to form the Grammy-winning collective Fun., Means shifted his focus to family, but kept his name in the game by founding his own band merch company and scoring the independent film The Sinking of Santa Isabel. Means scored a minor hit with "Yeah Yeah" from the film's soundtrack and issued a handful of 7" and EP releases,...
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