R.M. Hendrix :: "Summer Dresses"

A fuzzy little rock song, R.M. Hendrix unleashes a pitch-perfect treatise on the power of "Summer Dresses". Sonically, much is borrowed from twee-rock bands like Pains of Being Pure At Heart and fellow, sepia-toned, reverb dealers, Letting Up Despite Great Faults. "Summer Dresses" is an ode to tanned, browned knees, grass-stained feet and a guitar line that bobs forever in the surf like some lost, entirely fecund Robert Smith demo tape. As Hendrix reminds us from beyond the fuzz, "It's springtime again."

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