“Sometimes Sunnydaze” by The Prefab Messiahs

 

 

A new video from my friends The Prefab Messiahs just came out a few days back and I wanted to make sure all of you had the opportunity to give it a watch.

[“Press statement”]
Floating in the sonic vortex somewhere between Summer Of Love jingle-jangle, a lost outtake from ‘Pet Sounds,’ a Syd Barrett acid-pop slice-up, and a stifled scream in a locked closet… The Prefab Messiahs’ “Sometimes Sunnydaze” (digital single and video) is their latest musical audio/visual mindgame.

“Sometimes Sunnydaze” is sure to be the perfect summer playlist nugget for everybody’s next sun-blasted dystopian beach jam or psychedelic picnic!

The Prefab Messiahs – Instagram

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Scott

From Pittsburgh, now in Florida, Cool Canadian artist wife , 4 great kids and two granddaughters!! I'm a lucky guy!

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  • I like this, from the opening riff. Usually I’m into heavier-sounding things but this caught me. Guitars, vocals, drums that get the Memphis/Muscle Shoals beat, I’m listening again. BTW I’m Gene. from New York now in Colorado, cool Australian brilliant wife and mother of our nine children and (so far) 12 grandchildren. Family motto: all fun all the time.

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