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Reverb warning, Shark approaching

The weepies have a great sound. Their harmony makeup is so missed it is fresh and new, centuries old. In this track, they almost jump the shark in a sense. Whether it be because the studio associated with the film associated with the track is to blame, they've over-reverbed the track till it sounds like you're hearing it through jello. At the same time, this disconcerting production faux pa reveals both the prototypical weepies-song and a band in stasis. The Weepies need a change up. This song parrots their style but echo's it in a chamber that reveals the ultimate weakness of continuing with this approach. At some point this will turn out to be elevator music if it finds no bite. At some point it will be the backing track for a hay fever commercial.

Dig in Weepies and cry some real tears.

Terrific Song, Excellent Lyrics

The Weepies duo just keeps making wonderful music together - this song is immediately catchy, uses Deb Talan's voice to its best effect, and has lyrics worth memorizing and sharing with friends.

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Saw them in concert on monday and stayed for a Q & A. It was amazing :]

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Cambridge, MA

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Singer/songwriters Deb Talan and Steve Tannen, both of whom had released solo material before banding together to form folk-pop duo the Weepies, first met at one of Tannen's shows in Cambridge, Massachusetts. At the time, Tannen was touring in support of his debut record, Big Señorita. Mutual admirers of each other's music, the two musicians started writing songs together, and soon the Weepies' whimsical, acoustic-based sound took shape. The pair released an independent album, 2003's Happiness, before...
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