Yet another in a long line of indie rock cold cases. My understanding is that this power trio hailed from holy Toledo, Ohio. Much like Trunk whom I introduced you to a couple days ago, Gone Daddy Finch had a bit of a Replacements jones as well, evidenced by the scalding, guitarsy A-side, "Sunshine Sister," wielding a monstrous hook that grabs you from the word go. A perfect ten that makes it's point in 180 loud, glorious seconds. The comparatively chill flip, "Postcard," as the adage goes, a horse of a different color, not that I'm complaining. Their Discogs page reveals GDF had a robust catalog, though much of it was relegated to limited cd-r release.
A. Sunshine Sister
Lisa Marr with the Tranzmitors - In The Summer 7" - Yellow Vinyl - [image: Untitled] Top Drawer (2019) This 7" is really great. I have to be honest that when I heard that Lisa Marr (from Cub) was getting together with Th...
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