Lo-fi folk band Woods are back with their brand new track ‘Pushing Onlys’. The band, hailing from Brooklyn, are set to release their new album Sun And Shade in June courtesy of their own record label Woodsist.
The song is full to the brim with cheery sunshine and, despite retaining the band’s commendably crude recording ethic, certainly showcases a more colourful palette of texture and sound. Here’s what Glenn Donaldson had to say about Woods:
“Woods is a two-headed dog asleep on the porch & a butterfly on the windowsill… a Janus, a Gemini & a screen door. The sun won’t fade & the earworms will not leave, but the jams go on TOO long for the girl in the back who wonders if her friends are at another bar. Still, the ballads always make her cry. Woods is up there relaying the Woods-feel: Folk-rock, fuzz, tambourines, tapes & raw lunch pulled straight from the yard. Pop songs & other things: Sun & Shade.”
Beautiful. Here’s the song: