The Jayhawks are one of the coolest country bands out there — if you can call them country that is, as they always sound so folk-pop to me more than anything else.
The band also recently released their ninth studio album, Paging Mr. Proust, which is even less country than they normally produce, as they seem to have lost their ‘twang’, and become far more pop-y. In a truly gorgeous way.
And one of the tracks from that album, ‘Quiet Corners & Empty Spaces‘ is my Repeat Rotation Video today, as I cannot get this song out of my head. Because it has got an amazing melody and is so sweet 1960s in sound, it just makes me want to get my groove on.
Listen to The Jayhawks ‘Quiet Corners & Empty Spaces‘ in the video below for your Repeat Rotation Video today to see what I mean. Isn’t that the coolest sounding thing?
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