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Tommy Simms – Then The Archers Bowed And Broke Their Bows
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Tommy Simms — Then The Archers Bowed And Broke Their Bows
Release date : Aug. 10, 2010
Label : 24 Hour Service Station
  1. 32 Seconds
  2. How It Feels
  3. Paint By Numbers
  4. Give The Lights To Everyone
  5. Here In The Horse's Heart
  6. The Song She Adores
  7. Tin Lizzy
  8. Millions Of A's
  9. Baker Avenue
  10. Horseshoes And Hand Grenades
  11. New Accents
  12. Someone Like Me
  13. Someone Like Me (Original Demo)


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FOR FANS OF: My Morning Jacket, The Dear Hunter, Wilco, Band of Horses, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Portugal the Man. With influences ranging from classic southern rock to more experimental yet accessible musical stylings, Savannah, Georgia’s Tommy Simms is carving a place in music history for himself. Based on southern touched riffs & sweeping lyrics, Simms builds and combines indie melodies with that ever present raw twang. Throughout Tommy Simms’ career, his music has been called timeless, powerful and passionate. With influences spanning the catalogs of The Beatles, Pink Floyd & Wilco, Simms also takes cues from Beck, My Morning Jacket & DC post punk. Flying off the ropes of niche boundaries, from the harmonious minimalism of “Give the Lights to Everyone’ to his intoxicating and inspirational composition “Tin Lizzy”, one cannot help but be drawn in to his opus of concise & intelligent displays of musicianship.