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Video Premiere: Crystal Canyon – Sometimes Summertime

todayFebruary 14, 2018 24

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Portland, Maine’s Crystal Canyon continue to impress, and generate good press worldwide for their hazy melodies and sweet harmonies. Multiple singles from their self-titled debut album continue to climb our airplay charts, and our listeners are paying attention to this talented squad. As a Valentine’s gift to fans, Crystal Canyon today allowed us the video premiere for their epic single, “Sometimes Summertime”, and it’s a beauty. If you’re socked in due to challenging winter conditions, this visual deftly directed by David Camlin is sure to thaw your hearts.

Sometimes Summertime, Crystal Canyon from Crystal Canyon on Vimeo.
This impressive group is fronted by Lynda Mandolyn and Todd Hutchisen, both sharing guitar and vocal duties, and ably anchored by Jeremy Smith on bass, and Hayes Porterfield on drums. Crystal Canyon is certainly making waves in 2018, and is sure to make a significant dent in our year-end best-of lists this year. The buzz is well deserved, as the tunefulness is evident from track to track.
Follow Crystal Canyon via their website, on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with their efforts, and get your own copy of the debut LP on Bandcamp in digital, cassette, or limited edition white vinyl. Our highest recommendation!

Written by: DJ Heretic

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