The Young Sinclairs are one of those prolific bands, always releasing new material. Featuring members of Eternal Summers, The Young Sinclairs actually pre-dates that band by almost half a decade. Rooted in their favorite artists from the 60s, I’ve always thought they held the folk-pop styling on par with The Byrds.
My introduction to The Young Sinclairs came a few years back when I snagged The Songs of The Young Sinclairs from either 2009 or 2010, shortly after the return of Kindercore Records. The Sinclairs, however, fit a somewhat different mold than the on par for the label; with heavier folk-pop leaning than indie-pop, The Songs of didn’t seem to fit.
But being a fan of 60s-tinged folk-pop, I was immediately a fan.
Enter The Young Sinclairs in 2013. Already this year, the band has dished out three European 7″ singles and are set up to release a fourth, this time state-side. You Know Where to Find Me is a four-song, 7″ EP that will be out September 17 via Planting Seeds Records.
The title track follows their rapidly-growing library of work. Still true to 1960s folk-pop and mixed with the grit of underground garage-pop, “You Know Where to Find Me” is among the better tracks from The Young Sinclairs. It has a great melody, catchy vocal hooks and is soaked in reverb.
The EP also includes “Too Young”, “Ear To The Ground” and “Remember This Song”. Your choice: grab the super limited print 7″ single (available for pre-order from Darla Records) or grab it digitally and get a mustn’t-miss bonus track — a cover of Roky Erickson’s “I Have Always Been Here Before”.