They proceeded to pack in an impressive 16 tracks in all including a cover of Led Zeppelin classic Rock ‘N’ Roll which was released as a live recording in early January.
High as The Pines is possibly the most original sounding track on this album, there’s quite a lot going on here for a song which is not overly long. Lyrically superb, Darren King pulls off an amazing bass groove, the drumming sounds isolated in places and a classic guitar riff brings it to an abrupt end – musical perfection.
To celebrate the launch of their second album ‘Second Sun’ through UDR Records today, MyGlobalmind is proud to present the UK premiere of the new lyric video for ‘Make You Mine’
For anyone still unfamiliar with Buffalo Summer or Monster Truck, they do not disappoint. I couldn’t recommend these bands highly enough, but there are only so many ways to say what a fantastic gig this was. To catch them both on the same bill was exceptional.