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The West Coast Feed – Sky Pines

Soul Rock At Its Finest

The West Coast Feed is a smashing 8 member soul-rock/Americana group that displays a tight three-man horn section, tight rhythm section, electrifying guitar lead, and soaring violin accompaniment-all that compliments their powerful sound very well. Soul-Rock is a blend of traditional rock and the classic elements of soul. It can be a bit heavier in the sense that the guitar could be louder and while the singers are soulful, the R&B elements that are soul are translated into a heavier rocking sound. (The Best Soul Rock Bands, Ranker.com)That is what “The West Coast Feed” is all about.

They are Seattle, WA based and stay deep within their roots in their latest single, “Sky Pines” lead by frontman Jesse Butterworth. I really enjoyed this single. It was upbeat, fun, and the theme of the song was cute. Sky Pines, there’s something sweet about childhood that seems to be loss when we grow up. That is what this sony portrays and it is fun to watch.

My Top 3 Song’s Off Their Self-Debut Album “The West Coast Feed”

  1. Sky Pines
  2. August Peach
  3. Set Me On Fire

The West Coast Feed is definitely a band that will feel your heart and soul with good clean music and soon to climb the charts as they journey through the many genres of the music industry.

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LaToria Bolden
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LaToria Bolden is a mother of 2 lovely daughters living out of Arlington, TX, who has always had a love for music. She is an advance Virtual Assistant and DIY PR specialist who enjoys branding others to their full potential and educating young women on being small business owners for themselves. LaToria is a passionate writer and comes from a very creative family and loves to display her ART in her blog and Social Media outlets. If she is not crafting her blog, She is teaching herself to sew, and living life with her loving family.

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