The Seers – Cellophane Eyes

This is this funky duo’s second release. They describe their sound as “harmony-laden acoustic soul, electric blues, and classic piano rock.” That statement could not be more accurate. The sound throughout the album is very smooth and slow jam-esque. Cellophane Eyes starts off on a high note with a beautiful and ambient intro and moves into more funky jams as the album progresses. The album almost sounds like a more serious Flight of the Concords. This music is much more than just funk; each song takes funk and fuses it with other genres. Throughout the album you will encounter acoustic songs, funk songs, slow jams, and classic rock sounding songs. Overall this album is very well rounded and a great second album for the band.
4 out of 5 stars

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