The Rembrandts Via Satellite LP (Orange Vinyl)
First Studio Album In 18 Years On Orange Vinyl LP!
Via Satellite, the first Rembrandts studio album in 18 years, contains
meticulous, guitar-driven songs that explore every nook and cranny of the pop
continuum. "How Far Would You Go" is jangly rock singed lightly with '60s
psychedelic atmosphere; "Broken Toy" hews toward dizzying power-pop with
hollering vocals awash in emotional grit; and "Come to Californ-i-yay" is
electrified roadhouse blues-rock burnished by glam-soul detailing. Anchoring
these songs are Solem and Wilde’s harmonies, which are imploring and tender on
the twangy "Count On You"; Beatles-esque on the jaunty "Me And Fate"; and
graceful spirals on the chiming midtempo ballad "Now."
Via Satellite's lyrics are clear-eyed about life's ebbs and flows—including
romantic breakdowns, changes of geographical scenery and unexpected emotional
fissures—and the leaps of faith people take in order to pursue happiness.
• Orange Vinyl LP
1. How Far Would You Go
2. Broken Toy
3. Me And Fate
4. Count On You
5. Traveling From Home
1. Come To Califon-i-yay
3. Off Of The Edge
4. You'd Think I'd Know
5. On My Own