THE AGONY AUNTS - Greater Miranda

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"...The album Greater Miranda sounds like a lost-lost sunshine pop record from 1968 filtered through a 21st century sensibility.

You’ll find no grunge in these grooves. What you will find are a dozen tracks of melodic transcendence. Perfectly blended vocals and subtle (very, very subtle) compositional flourishes characterize the songs on Greater Miranda...."If that weren’t enough — and it most assuredly isn’t: more please! – the tour de force of Greater Miranda is “Not Penny’s Boat,” an ambitious song that sets out to condense six seasons of Lost into a three-minute pop song. And it rocks, too, sounding a little bit like very early Split Enz.

Call it art-pop. Call it whatever you like. But don’t miss Agony Aunts’ Greater Miranda, an album with not a single weak moment. It’s pure pop perfection." - MusoScribe.

"a delightful pop album. Psych pop meets California pop in perfect manner. Beautifully arranged, 60’s influenced pop songs and a whole lot of great singing. I totally adore the male-female harmonies. I just love that male voice. KC Bowman sure can sing, but I suppose it’s easy if you have a voice that is lovelier than the baby panda sneezes video on youtube. I bet lines like “We’re shaken and shocked / Finding your broken and bleeding and bloated remains / I’m waiting to talk, waiting for Amity Police to be cordoning the scene” have never sounded more beautiful. Night Circling Sharks, Reap The Plains Down and Linus’s Fist Of Death is a perfect song trio in the middle of the album. The Linus in the song title probably doesn’t have anything to do with Linus Of Hollywood, but this album actually reminds me of those early Linus Of Hollywood albums here and there. The same California pop influences I suppose. Greater Miranda is a great pop album." - OneChord