Yeah, music writers, glass houses, throwing stones, etc. — plus Simo is just a young band on the hustle. But c'mon. Let's attempt some restraint, folks.
Breathless praise aside, the outfit's 2011 record, Simo, is workmanlike Psychedelic/Classic Rock with a good number of highlights, including the acoustic-gone-full-throttle-Rock rush of “Young Man, Old Man” and the boozy, midnight-hour-in-the-dive-bar Blues of “What's On Your Mind.”When the aforementioned bio talks about Simo having Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin as ancestors, it's not playing around.
is also working on a second record, tentatively called Let Love Show The Way,
which, based on title alone, will presumably be more wholehearted
flower-power-era worship. But really, the biggest question is whether or
not Simo's future promotional texts will be able to top the most
hyperbolic press release in the entire history of human civilization.
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