On May 6, Aloha will release their 10-track album entitled “Little Windows Cut Right Through.” It may change, but our current favorite track is “Faraway Eyes.” Is that a xylophone at the 1:33 mark? Regardless, it’s an attractive feature. Is that an LCD Soundsystem influence supporting the “never enough” lyrics, for example at the 2:00 mark? Regardless, it has a drive. Is it intentional that a band called Aloha includes tropical sounding guitars at 2:34? Doesn’t matter, the crisp guitar is appealing.
Tony Cavallario (vocals, organ, guitar), Cale Parks (vocals, drums, piano), Matthew Gengler (bass), and T.J. Lipple (percussion, keys).
“Faraway Eyes” by Aloha
It isn't fair let these quiet streets
Could be the rule of raveling
And there's no one to tell, so you tell everyone
Don't know how it is, so you fail into yourself
Deeper you go, the safer it gets
Faraway eyes, I see everything once
Faraway eyes, everything it ever was
Won't be good enough