Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer, a.k.a. New Orleans indie rock duo Generationals, have been churning out bright, inviting guitar pop for a half-decade. (Their latest album, Heza, just came out this week.) They spin a soundtrack full of breezy tracks, and lyrics that linger:

- “That Old Feeling” by Chet Baker
- “Rent Money” by Dent May
- “Headache” by Frank Black
- “Put a Light On” by Generationals


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drinkyourjuice:

This song came on while I was waiting in line at Walgreens the other day and all I could think about was speeding down a freeway in a mid-90s sedan with Morgan, windows down and screaming along to this on the radio. Like, aerial shot over one of those skinny Florida roads that’s kind of a sand bar and kind of a bridge. Palm trees at night.

It’s not even a memory that exists, just one that should.

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I can never tell how serious people are about things they love on this medium but SERIOUSLY, this song.

"SHUCKS!"