Indie pop band Outer Spaces has a new album, Gazing Globe, out this week.
The album feels fairly relaxed – not so relaxed that anyone will fall asleep. The kind of relaxed that I feel in the garden, where there is so much possibility. The songwriter, Cara Beth Satalino gives the impression that there is possibility, like the world is your garden.
Gazing Globe reminds me of early REM. So Outer Spaces could achieve legendary status someday. My favorite song on this album is “I Slowly Close My Eyes.”
This would be a good album for gardening. I think I will listen to it while trying to deal with my overabundance of tomato plants. It might help me to relax.
Oh my goodness. I should be sick of this album by Mojave Nomads by now. It’s been playing over and over. I don’t see an end in sight. It will also be available for everyone to purchase and listen to on April 27.
I get several recommendations every week – from YouTube, Spotify, my daughter’s boyfriend and so on. So far, Phases by Mojave Nomads, is one of my favorite suggestions.
Mojave Nomads is an Indie rock/pop group from Ogden, Utah. I was not planning to like them but you cannot help who you like sometimes. The heart wants what it wants. Apparently, my heart wants to listen to Mojave Nomads.
Things that my heart loves about this album:
The lead singer’s voice is interesting. I don’t think he sounds like too many other people.
Creature Double Feature is probably my favorite song on the album.
Most of the songs are energetic and lively. The band is like a ball of fire.
Band Members of Mojave Nomads:
Tyler Harris – Lead Vocals/Rhythm Guitar,
Colter Hill – Lead Guitar,
Bryton Bell – Bass,
Cole Eisenhour – Percussion,
Mason Hill – Synth/Keys