A mix of surf-pop harmonies, old school rock ‘n’ roll rhythms and guitar jangles, Squarehead draw inspiration from the melodies of The Beach Boys and Portland’s The Wipers. The album, results in a modern take on classic pop where lyrics about girls and good-time sentiments combine with singalong hooks to produce something fresh and exuberant away from classic pop pastiche.
Dublin-based songwriter, recently reverted back to a one-man-show on classical guitar following the big band expedition on his last album ‘Citizens’ in 2012, Owensie is currently road-testing songs around Ireland from his forthcoming third album, due for release on Out On A Limb Records in February 2015
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