90 In November
A staggering debut from the New-York-by-way-of-Texas transplants – ‘90 in November’ crashes into existence with a squeal of feedback and a burst of distorted guitar.
Navigating between unvarnished honesty and rose-tinted melancholy, this is a record that feels both comfortingly familiar and energetically fresh. Inspired by fellow Texans Townes Van Zandt and Blaze Foley, alt-rock like the Lemonheads and the Replacements, the eccentric pop of Sparklehorse and Sheryl Crow, ‘90 in November’ is a dynamic introduction to the band who have developed a more raw-edged indie sound since their 2020 ‘Voice Box‘ EP. On this vividly rendered collection of songs, they have clearly matured from bedroom dream pop into a sophisticated rock act.
“At the helm of Why Bonnie, Blair Howerton writes glossy, synth- and string-inflected guitar-pop songs that fit a mighty, beating heart underneath all the gleaming hooks.” - NPR Music
FOR FANS OF: Big Thief / Elliott Smith / Snail Mail / Sharon Van Etten / Lucy Dacus / Waxahatchee / Soccer Mommy
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- Opaque Pink with Green Vinyl*
- Signed 11" x 11" album cover print*
- Flexi-disc with "Apple Tree" (non-album track)*
- Individually numbered*
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