DOWNLOAD: Hurray For The Riffraff - Bricks
You could imagine Hurray For the Riffraff’s whimsical, bohemian folk drifting out of a street corner of the Latin Quarter in New Orleans (from where the band hails) on a sunny weekend, fluttering of a jewelry box or accompanying the opening credits of the French film Amelie. Alynda Lee sounds like a street-smart yet melancholy cousin to Jaymay, while Walter McClements provides an organic, gypsy-music feel, playing an assortment of portable street instruments, including accordion, banjo, and toy piano. “Bricks” is a lazy, lush waltz, perfect for ushering in the weekend.
PSSST Lucky New Yorkers, they are playing at the Silent Barn tomorrow and Pianos on the 8th.