Lavish Hush

by Nomadic Firs

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Lavish Hush is the jump off track for the B sides record hitting the web this summer. It was released as part of Bad Panda Records weekly free single series, #194 in the collection. soundcloud.com/bad-panda-records/badpanda194

~Select Press~

"Ryan Boos is a chorus machine. He just can’t help it. His output as Nomadic Firs is filled with one hook after another...those sprightly keys, bouncy rhythm, and muffled Kevin Drew–esque drawl lackadaisically and perfectly bringing it all together? It’s almost unfair how a song that sounds this relaxed can be so obviously perfect. Summer fodder for sure." ~ Critical Masses

"...there’s more than a hint of the New York rockers to it, yet infused with his own unique, upbeat brand of pop, that brought him so much attention on the blog-classic Vines. Lavish Hush is less slick chillwave, more of a gritty, heartfelt, rush to the head, with Boos utilizing a gravely New York City Cops-style delivery; it’s a track that almost feels like it could have been tagged on the end of Is This It, and that’s by no means a bad thing." ~ Crack In the Road

"Nomadic Firs have wowed us with their self-titled record, their excellent tape hiss and spun loops from the single "Starfish Kids", and this week give us the Noughties-NYC-alt-lush-dream-punk of "Lavish Hush." ~ Impose Magazine

"...sunshine, acid tabs, and ice cold Pacificos" ~ SYFFAL

"It’s a killer blast of rock and roll that might sound a bit like something blaring out of New York...the ear-candy-melody, that charging beat, and the hazy, laid back vocals. It’s a must listen." ~ Perfect Midnight World

"Drawing on influences ranging from Sea and Cake and Velvet Underground to a wide array of electronic music, makes his sonic range versatile and unpredictable. Boos emerged last year with his successful debut self-titled cassette... Now he’s back with a brand new track “Lavish Hush,” the first taste from his forthcoming B sides record." ~ AllTomorrowMusic

"...colorful sounds, danceable rhythms and peculiar effects added to the instruments and voices..." ~ Matinée as Hell

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released 03 April 2013

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