John Girgus

& The Legendary House Cats


A continueD his descent from the heights of indiepop further into alternative music's murky echo chambers of adult contemporary with a new single that makes liberal use of slow steady grooves, ambient pads, palm mutes, and sparse guitars that cast faint shadows of earlier work with Aberdeen and Languis.

A nod to the production values and mellow moods of the FM frequencies of the 70s and 80s, who made commercial use of atmospheres like 10CC/Godley & Creme or Double along with the more deeply rooted influence of Sarah Records artists like The Field Mice or Trembling Blue Stars (who Girgus has played for) or obscure Creation Records artists like Pacific.