Gorgeous melodies, beautiful songs, local L.A. boys, Furious Season have truly outdone themselves with their latest album, “Home All Day, Home All Night.”
Written and recorded during the pandemic, these songs reflect the bands collective experience of isolation, fear, irony and the striking and permanent change they and the rest of us have all been through.
I’ve not heard their music before, but I can tell you that I am now a huge fan of The Furious Season. I hear echoes of the iconic Crowded House in their songs of domestic life, home spun philosophy, myth and change, all told through an artful and deeply poetic lens.
The harmonies are sublime, the musicianship superb and I absolutely love their cover of David Bowie’s “Changes,” one of the best songs ever written. There’s a melancholy tone, a sweet sadness, a masterful turn of phrase and the songwriting is as good as anything I have heard. These guys are solid gold. I can’t wait for a return to live performance so I seek them out and buy a ticket.
However, my favorite song is “Down for Me.” Yet, they are all incredible.
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David Steinhart-Guitar, Vocals, Drums, all songs David Steinhart except Changes by David Bowie
Jeff Steinhart – Bass, Piano, Organ
P. A. Nelson – Acoustic and Electric Guitar, Dobro, Weissenborn, Vocals
Eduardo Tancredi-Drums on “A Puff of Smoke”
Arlan Oscar-Accordion on “Down for Me”
Alfonso Rodenas and The Furious Seasons