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Boston, Massachusetts (PRWEB) September 29, 2016
The Jewell Thieves, Mike & Nick Jewell, a Boston Massachusetts, independent alternative music group, are proud to announce an outstanding review of their single "Drive Alone Endless Highway" from their EP, The Back Door Was Open. They were also interviewed as part of a weekly spotlight with Boston-based Skope Magazine. To read the full article with Mike Jewell, who speaks on everything from summer vacation spots, being in a band with your son and embracing your children's passion, click here.
Decadent to its very core is the luxurious sound of "Driving Alone Endless Highway" by the Jewell Thieves. A cross between Stereolab's lush jazz-rock fusion mixed with Nite Jewel's emphasis on nostalgic atmospheres, the song is a true stunner. Everything comes together ever so elegantly: from the light bass line to the smoky, distant vocals. Lead by a lazy laid-back groove, the song sprawls into some rather lovely textures. Throughout it all what keeps it together is the light airy melody, courtesy of a rather glamorous sounding piano accompanied by light, funky guitar work.
Things start up ever so slowly. With a minimal approach at first the song recalls some of Nightmares on Wax's earliest pieces. Jazzy in nature the song's spacious, dub-like approach works wonders. A dreamy sound permeates the track as the vocals float into the air. Echo works just right in working with the rhythm to create a solid magnificent sort of creature. Lyrically the song focuses on the concept of love, of how nature appears to almost reflect one's emotions at times. Such a beautiful sentiment leads the way as the song grows in size and scope. By keeping things focused on the rhythm small details, from a slight shift in percussion to the inclusion of a long lost sample work wonderfully. Stylish and sophisticated, the Jewell Thieves creates a warm inviting track with "Driving Alone Endless Highway".
Our singles are available on the Jewell Thieves' Web site. They can also be found on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music, Google Play and many other stores.