Trummors – Spanish Peaks
Taos, New Mexico duo, Trummors, recently released their 3rd long-player, Headlands (May 2017), and the opening track is the sun-baked psychedelic folk-pop of Spanish Peaks (seen/heard here). It’s the kind of song that makes Vodka wish we had discovered these two earlier-their first long-player was released in July 2012. The next three tracks, Desert City Gold, Mendocino, and Hollis Tornado are steeped in Americana with touches of country. Psychedelic pop returns on L.A. River, a meandering piece of work that is more than a bit pleasing.
That’s just the first half of the long-player and there’s plenty more of the same type of compositions that run throughout Headlands, with the genre’s blending together in many cases.
You can find more information on Trummors by visiting their Tumblr page which has CD and LP purchase links and a nice bio or head up to the bandcamp.com site for digital purchase options.
If you are like Vodka and this is your first introduction to Trummors, then it is time to make their music a part of your collection. Check out Trummors now!