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Album Review

This is a highly engaging collection of smart alterna-pop that owes as much to Squeeze as to the Spongetones. The songs are cleverly written with a keen sense of melody as the Churchills incorporate '60s pop sensibilities with Don Dixon's post-new wave jangle. Songwriters Ron Haney (vocals and guitar) and Bart Schoudel (bass), at the tutelage of producers Steve Dudas and Mark Hart, have developed and accelerated their craft well beyond that of an upstart band with two albums to their name. Second guitarist Kim Henry adds another appealing dimension to their sound as she contributes female vocals to the equation. Their occasional harder alternative edge also separates the Churchills from many of the more popular alterna-pop bands who gravitate more heavily toward the pop end of the spectrum.

Customer Reviews

Great album great songs

The Churchills bring fresh tunes to the table. The more I listen the more I like it. This is their best work.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Churchills are another alternative pop/rock foursome who aim to pluck and pounce upon clever rock tunes, swirling harmonies, and quick melodies. Hailing from pockets of New York/New Jersey, The Churchills appeared on two episodes of ABC's Spin City prior to releasing their debut, You Are Here, on Abrupt/Universal Records. Crowded House's Mark Hart and Ringo Starr guitarist Steve Dudas produced the record, which...
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