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All Aboard The Sweet Lazy Day Queen!

Almost 2 years from their last release and 3 members added to this fabled full-time roster, Easy Anthems emerges ardently from an arduous 15-month schedule of rehearsals, live performances and sessions with this treasure of an LP, Sweet Lazy Day Queen. Enter Evan Duby with his bass guitar, Paul Loren with voice and piano in toe and already-seasoned-member, Brian Ver Straten on drumkit.  The entire ensemble now effectuated, the crown jewel of their catalogue about to be released for popular consumption, let us offer input and insight on Easy Anthems’ Sweet Lazy Day Queen Upon first glance, I was intrigued.  The band, positioned in front a colourful turn-of-last-century steamboat, seems in part eagerly anticipatory of the impending river voyage, in part somewhat disenchanted by the charm and romance of the vessel.  Nevertheless, here they are, surrounded by the full measure of antiquated nautical American bygone-ism, ready, atleast momentarily, to serenade and cajole us in the true “old-tyme” manner.  We are  rightly enraptured. In what the album art boasts as being recorded with “The Highest Fidelity,” the tour begins promptly with the melodic title track.  Amidst the sweep of hymn-like soaring chorus voices over a folk faux-hip hop rhythm section complete with clammering guitars,  bouncy piano and river reed harmonicas, “Sweet Lazy Day” as a track is perhaps most representative of the band’s new direction.  With lyrics that sway with emotional nods to the first record, (“You are free to move on / What’s a promise these days? / … We are all free to leave / Cause it’s a broken machine”), early on the quintet has hit its apparent musical stride. The songs of Sweet Lazy Day Queen ebb and flow between distant shores of winged wonderment and well-intentioned weightiness.  Somewhere in the middle, through the river reeds of your recessed imagination, you can still spot that old dreamboat making its way toward faraway docks--the band all aboard--and if you listen carefully enough, you can make out the murmured harmonics of that oft-asked rhetorical query...Ahh, don’t worry, Easy Anthems, “I WON’T ANSWER THAT!”

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