Last Charge Of The Light Horse: Nine Kinds Of Happy

Nine Kinds Of Happy

(Last Charge Of The Light Horse)
Release Date: 
Thursday, November 27, 2014
Everything about Last Charge Of The Light Horse’s “Nine Kinds Of Happy” is a very relaxed and in-depth affair that will give listeners the option to become entranced by the dreamy guitar sounds of the album or transfixed on lead singer Jean Paul-Vest’s deep thinker verses and melancholy vocals. Either way it makes for some fantastic background music or a lulling and haunting visceral experience. 
My experience with the album was a Thursday day off where I found myself plopped down on the couch feeling a cold coming on but more then calmed by the very laid back music on this album. Music that didn’t have me reaching for comparisons or thinking to hard on how I would describe what I was hearing. It was just floating guitars, harmonic vocals and impressive drum work. It’s short but sweet at nearly 33 minutes but worth a listen. The bands album can be found streaming on the internet for your perusal. Enjoy. 
AJ Garcia
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