Jim Carroll

Music, Life and everything else

Tune of the Week – “Girls’ Night”

You’re so fine…. The facts: the band are called First Rate People. They hail from Toronto and are fresh meat on the new music block. This is from an EP thingy called “It’s Never Not Happening”. The sound: “Girls’ Night” …

Thu, Feb 18, 2010, 17:45

   

You’re so fine….

The facts: the band are called First Rate People. They hail from Toronto and are fresh meat on the new music block. This is from an EP thingy called “It’s Never Not Happening”.

The sound: “Girls’ Night” was what last Tuesday lunchtime sounded like. For about an hour or so, there was a whisper of warmth from the sun, the sky was that crazy blue you often get in high summer and there was a tease, a tang, of spring in the air. It was a time for feeling optimistic that, yes, there are always better days ahead. This tune matched the mood to a T. A tune to whistle along to as you walk on by without a care in the world. The rest of the EP is also busting with similar laidback vitality and charming potential. Download it here and add their name to your little red book.

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