I have no pithy back story to extol on this virtually un-browsable four piece who presumably called San Francisco home. Are you into the scruffy riff-rock of the Junk Monkeys, Snatches of Pink, or even Material Issue? The Adam Taub-led Mood Swing were sipping from the same watering hole as the aforementioned, possessing an even grittier
bar-rock ethos with a neurotically romantic bent. They go beyond the typical guitar/bass/drums trifecta to boot, intermittently incorporating saxophone, and violins among other accouterments. A quartet of decent tunes capably drive Mood Swing's modus operandi home, with "Exile" and "Reflecting Pool" winning me over with ease.
01. Exile (In Your Arms)
02. The Sound of Sirens
03. Up All Night
04. Reflecting Pool
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