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*The all-encompassing bid to mid-thirties singledom, sung from that lonesome, soulful heart of Good Looking Son is here to awaken 2023. Following 2021's debut Fantasy Weekend EP-the Cincinnati project anchored by Keith Harman (the Cowboys) on vocals and piano returns in roaring fashion with ten new originals, finished off with a nostalgic rendition of a Bee Gees classic. Jerome Westerkamp's Checkered Flag Studios are once again the perfect basement analog backdrop for a caterwauling trip into blurry sixties-esque melodies, baroque tongue-in-cheek pop dashes, and liquored flurries of vocal brilliance that blossom across Confirmed Bachelor. The musicianship of the Queen City shines through with Westerkamp, joined by fellow Vacation (and Tweens) member John Clooney, and Andrew Jody (Barrence Whitfield & the Savages, Long Gones) contributing to the dynamism of tracks like "Long Form Girlfriend" and "Kathy's Coming." There's a certain twisted middle-American pop thing that Good Looking Son clearly bend towards the future. The next level... who knows? But enough to at least nod that discerning ear forward while jangling keys drive the shot clock past double zero, that's for sure. GLS leave this thing covered in glitter and great songwriting-castaways afloat in a vessel navigating one boozy mess of dirty water and sunshine pop. First pressing of 300.
*The all-encompassing bid to mid-thirties singledom, sung from that lonesome, soulful heart of Good Looking Son is here to awaken 2023. Following 2021's debut Fantasy Weekend EP-the Cincinnati project anchored by Keith Harman (the Cowboys) on vocals and piano returns in roaring fashion with ten new originals, finished off with a nostalgic rendition of a Bee Gees classic. Jerome Westerkamp's Checkered Flag Studios are once again the perfect basement analog backdrop for a caterwauling trip into blurry sixties-esque melodies, baroque tongue-in-cheek pop dashes, and liquored flurries of vocal brilliance that blossom across Confirmed Bachelor. The musicianship of the Queen City shines through with Westerkamp, joined by fellow Vacation (and Tweens) member John Clooney, and Andrew Jody (Barrence Whitfield & the Savages, Long Gones) contributing to the dynamism of tracks like "Long Form Girlfriend" and "Kathy's Coming." There's a certain twisted middle-American pop thing that Good Looking Son clearly bend towards the future. The next level... who knows? But enough to at least nod that discerning ear forward while jangling keys drive the shot clock past double zero, that's for sure. GLS leave this thing covered in glitter and great songwriting-castaways afloat in a vessel navigating one boozy mess of dirty water and sunshine pop. First pressing of 300.
795154141289

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Format: Vinyl
Label: FEEL IT
Rel. Date: 05/26/2023
UPC: 795154141289

Confirmed Bachelor
Artist: Good Looking Son
Format: Vinyl
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*The all-encompassing bid to mid-thirties singledom, sung from that lonesome, soulful heart of Good Looking Son is here to awaken 2023. Following 2021's debut Fantasy Weekend EP-the Cincinnati project anchored by Keith Harman (the Cowboys) on vocals and piano returns in roaring fashion with ten new originals, finished off with a nostalgic rendition of a Bee Gees classic. Jerome Westerkamp's Checkered Flag Studios are once again the perfect basement analog backdrop for a caterwauling trip into blurry sixties-esque melodies, baroque tongue-in-cheek pop dashes, and liquored flurries of vocal brilliance that blossom across Confirmed Bachelor. The musicianship of the Queen City shines through with Westerkamp, joined by fellow Vacation (and Tweens) member John Clooney, and Andrew Jody (Barrence Whitfield & the Savages, Long Gones) contributing to the dynamism of tracks like "Long Form Girlfriend" and "Kathy's Coming." There's a certain twisted middle-American pop thing that Good Looking Son clearly bend towards the future. The next level... who knows? But enough to at least nod that discerning ear forward while jangling keys drive the shot clock past double zero, that's for sure. GLS leave this thing covered in glitter and great songwriting-castaways afloat in a vessel navigating one boozy mess of dirty water and sunshine pop. First pressing of 300.
        
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