MYFEVER – Childhood Keepsake, Circa 1991

The night makes me pretty bad and maybe I should sleep more, but when you browse through the internet and you find a song with a title like this, it is almost impossible not to press play. Childhood Keepsake, Circa 1991 is an agglomeration of nostalgia and reflections, and I am glad that this has exceeded my initial expectations. Digging deep down on the track, I found out that this is the first single by Atlanta-based alt/rock band MYFEVER, as well as diamond tip of their second EP Born For Spaces, out on April 28th. The song begins with a sweet and relaxing guitar tour as if you just woke up after a nice dream, and then it slowly gains rock elements like elusive electric guitars and powerful cymbals, but without losing its dreamlike spirit. A strong point of the work is definitely Weston Hine’s voice, capable to make their style so pure and sincere. You can find out more, including upcoming tour dates, at MYFEVER’s website.

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