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Touch the Sky

With an eclectic mix of instruments and alternative musical styles, the Seattle-area band 669’s release, Touch the Sky, is an engaging listen pretty much from start to finish. This isn’t your typical Northwest rock band: their sound, which includes electric violin and female backing vocals, at times seems reminiscent of the Welsh folk/rock of Richard and Mary Thompson.

But there’s a definite pop feel to this one, with nice melodies and soothing guitar play throughout the album. The lyrics are expressive, often exploring romantic, social and spiritual themes. Listening to this album is a pleasant experience, indeed.

Favorite Track: Track 3, “Hollywood Love”

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