Massachusetts wonder kids Dom have been together for less than a year, but that doesn’t stop the band from proceeding to rock out like veterans. Its recently released EP, “Sun Bronzed Greek Gods,” glows with new talent and promise.
If records could capture seasons, this one would definitely be summer. The group’s laid-back and hands-up approach to making music is a sure-fire way to get the masses on their feet. The EP’s lively sun-drenched beats mask some of the harder meanings of lyrics that feature drug use.
The first single, “Living in America,” is an anthem for the kids of the 21st century. The band’s fuzzed out, bliss-filled vocals float over driving synthesizers and grooving drum beats that invite listeners to the dance floor.
With the carefree feeling listeners will get from this EP, this debt-ridden band should be ready to cash in its food stamps for some fine-dining dollars soon.
4 out of 4 stars