The Shakes, Heaven (Doesn’t Seem Too Far Away) Review
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Hailing from the depths of Orange County, independent ambient pop/Indie collective, The Shakes, is led by songwriter and frontman Sean Perry. The Shakes offer a inimitable infusion of nostalgia, blending 80s inspired grooves with infectious “Brit-pop” influenced lyrics and melodies. The Shakes, currently have two singles “Somebody” and ”Scrumptious.” In July of 2018 saw the release of their debut EP, With Every Moment, the EP was Engineered and mixed by producer Josh Brooks. The group is now releasing a series of tunes titled “B side playlist” From The Bedroom. “Heaven (Doesn’t seem too far away),” is the first in the series of singles to be released. The band is comprised of: songwriter Sean Perry as the frontman, Cameron Pearson on guitar, Syd Tagle on keys/synth, Tanner Henderson on bass and Levi matullis on the drums.
Heaven (Doesn't Seem Too Far Away)
Heaven (Doesn't Seem Too Far Away) (single)
Release Date: March 15, 2019
A beautifully stripped-down sound offers the listener and honest and organic reading of “Heaven (Doesn't seem too far away).” Perry’s voice is earnest and convincing.