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Sweatervescence EP “Common Threads” now available!

The Sweatervescence four Track EP Common Threads is finally up and ready! For only FOUR BUCKS you can get this snappy EP that Downbeat Magazine awarded as the “Best Blues/Pop/Rock Group.” Not only that, but it contains a PDF CD Booklet with liner notes written by Miranda George and Richard DeRosa, pictures of the band, personalized messages from each member and other goodies. Did I say it was only FOUR BUCKS? This is a direct download, so as soon as you pay you get to listen.

Here’s a sample of the liner notes, written by Miranda George:

The Sweatervescence has something to say… and they say it with a horn section.

In their debut release, Common Threads, The Sweatervescence tips a hat to artists like Chicago, Earth, Wind & Fire and Jamiroquai. Formed in 2009 under the pen of Tyler Mire and Matt Hill, this group sought to add jazz harmony and texture to a pop format. Playing shows in one of the best towns known for live music, Denton, TX, developed The Sweatervescence a sizable fan base. Downbeat Magazine became hip to the ‘Vescence as well, finding a winner for their 2011 award for “Best Blues/Pop/Rock Group.”

Purchase and Directly Download: Common Threads
Need more convincing? Enjoy the demo reel below: