TVD Vinyl Giveaway: The Young Sinclairs, “You Know Where to Find Me” 7-inch EP

Hey, I found a cool new band! I can’t believe I hadn’t heard The Young Sinclairs up till now because really they’re not that new…and they’re really good. They definitely have plenty of recordings under their belts. The most recent of which, the “You Know Where to Find Me” EP on 7-inch can be yours free—thanks to our friends at Planting Seeds Records!

The Young Sinclairs have been bringing their brand of jangly 60’s inspired psych/folk/rock (RIYL: The Byrds, The Essex Green, Rain Parade, The Zombies, etc.) to the world since 2005 as part of the Magic Twig Community.

The band features: John Thompson, Daniel Cundiff (Eternal Summers), Kyle Harris (The Diamond Center), Joe Lunsford, and Samuel Lunsford (ex 63 Crayons). In their more than five year history they have self-released several full length LPs, EPs, and cassettes, including a vinyl-only LP via legendary indiepop label Kindercore Records.

As a Committee To Keep Music Evil affiliate, The Young Sinclairs have successfully toured with The Brian Jonestown Massacre and Australian group The Lovetones. They have also played in support of 60’s stoner legends Blue Cheer and Sweden’s Dungen, among many others.”

And for us New Yorkers, we have a chance to catch the Young Sinclairs’ live magic at the Cake Shop on the Lower East Side on Sunday night.

And for any U.S. resident, you have the chance to snatch up one of these Young Sinclairs 7″s just by entering your favorite jangly psych or folk-rock band in comments below. One winner with a U.S. address will be chosen on Tuesday, September 24th. Cool?
The EP can be ordered here.

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  • Lawdrone

    Do Thee Oh Sees count as jangly psych? If so, toss my hat in the ring.
    If not, I really need this 7″ because I’ve no clue what you’re talking about.

  • Zachary Zeller

    The Byrds!

  • http://www.doggoneblog.com/ SamuelJClemens

    The Janglies. But really, The Stones.

  • texastab

    The Three O’Clock were pretty neat-o.

  • peterspencer10

    Does The Lemonheads count? Not very psychy, but awful jangly!

  • BBiB

    The winner has been notified via email, so check those e-letters!

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