By Staff; Photo by Robertsen Ashman on March 25, 2013
For brothers Andrew and Campbell Scarborough, becoming musicians was no question, especially when their own father had been in Davie Allan and The Arrows and shared stages with The Doors in the 1960's hey day of the Sunset Strip. However, despite their garage rock/psychedelic upbringings, their band Black Apples have evolved into their own pop sound that steers away from creating a record purely based in the garage rock genre. Today we get a great taste of that with their first single, "Tales and Truths," from their upcoming EP with the same name, out April 16th.
The three and a half minute tune breaks away with big-beat drums right before the Scarborough brothers break into their harmonious chant throughout the song; the result is a charming and harmonious track that will leave you wanting more.
You can listen to "Tales and Truths" below!