The B-Side: The Roseline

“Seven Hundred Second Chances” by The Roseline has a certain warm and comforting quality to its easy going Americana vibe that reminds us a bit of Paul Simon. Not sonically or musically. In those departments it has the usual adornments of a roots rock song (mandolin, twanged out tele, barroom piano, etc..) all done tastefully and in service of the song, but there’s something about the vocals and the lyrics that keep bringing back feelings of Rhymin’ Simon bubbling right underneath the surface of things here. This is of course a longwinded way of saying that we dig it and think it’s a great song.

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