Byrdsol has an interesting electronic and folk vibe that we are really digging right now. His new self-released album pierreponte plays off of the duality of these two distinct genres, distorted and smooth all at the same time. The songs may be electronically put together, and the strums are cut and mended, but Tomlinson's croon and bedroom style lyrics connect everything together in the most fantastic ways. Byrdsol's music is dreamy, and you will feel like your flying through the clouds while your listening to him.
Pierreponte was three years in the making, and was recorded four times and mixed five times. That means that Tomlinson isn't going to settle for anything less than perfection. If that doesn't get this in-store on your Friday To-Do List, then listen to this. The album was recorded in Bad House, built in 1902, which just so happens to be the residence of the last person to see The Black Dhalia alive. Talk about LA history!
There are so many reasons that you should be fluttering on down to OV tonight, but reason #1 is that Byrdsol is worth the trip!