It’s easy to see why the esteemed London-based label was interested — Colored Emotions is a reverb-flavored gem, 10 immersive tunes that move from the countrified twang of “Headlights” to the ’70s AM-radio Pop bliss of the album’s title track with impressive ease. Echoes of early My Morning Jacket and any number of recent Folk-inflected Psych Pop purveyors immediately come to mind when exposed to the album’s languid vibe, but it’s Pelant’s affecting falsetto that allows Night Moves to transcend its obvious influences.
The presence of Thom Monahan, a veteran producer who has worked with the likes of the Pernice Brothers and Devendra Banhart, made the band’s transition to Domino an easy one.“He helped clean up the record and made certain parts more distinguished,” Pelant said in a recent interview with Mousertime. “He helped us bridge our newer sounds with our older ones. He seemed really understanding to our wanting to preserve the original record.
brought to the table his love for tequila, and he told us a lot of
stories about John Popper, acid and Zima.”
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