Music, Singles, The Revue — November 12, 2015 at 8:22 am

CoverBack Thursday ft. Dear Boy, Geographer and Kuroma

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Today we have three awesome covers to share with you for CoverBack Thursday. LA  based Dear Boy does a wistful and beautiful version of The Psychedelic Furs’ “The Ghost In You”. Geographer does an awesome rendition of Paul Simon’s I Know What I Know. Kuroma comes in with a punky-pop version of The Breeders’ Divine Hammer.

Dear Boy is from Los Angeles and they have produced an awesome version of The Psychedelic Furs’ “The Ghost In You”. This version is a little bit more wistful and subtle yet beautiful. If you are not familiar with Dear Boy, the band is comprised of Ben Grey – Lead Vocals / Guitar, Keith Cooper – Drums / Vocals, Austin Hayman – Guitar / Vocals, and Nils Bue – Bass / Vocals. They are creating some pretty awesome indie rock and are a band you need to know. You can pick up this cover song with their awesome track “Hesitation Waltz” over on i-Tunes.

Geographer is San Francisco native Mike Deni and his band. He has recently released an awesome cover of Paul Simon’s “I Know What I Know” and is definitely worth sharing. The band Geographer is comprise of Mike Deni – vocals, guitar, synth, keys, Joyce Lee – Cello, Synth Duncan Nielsen – Guitar, Bass, Synth, Vocals and Cody Rhodes – Drums. If you dig this rendition as much as we do, you can pick it up on i-Tunes, here.

New York based Kuroma delivers an awesome version of The Breeders’ “Divine Hammer”. It is pretty true to the original, but they still make it their own. Kuroma is Hank Sullivant, James Richardson, Simon O’Connor and William Berman. You can pick up this awesome cover along with old and new tracks on their 20+Centuries EP over on i-Tunes.

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