Stream Hazy Summer Folk Jam “To the Marshes” from Tedo Stone

Tedo Stone’s “To the Marshes” has the big, buzzing production of an epic summer jam like Tom Petty’s more upbeat tunes or Neil Young’s “Rockin’ in the Free World” cut with the distorted chords of noisy rock bands like Dinosaur Jr. or Pavement. The melody avoids being obnoxious yet taps into an anthemic classic rock feel, and the background ooh ooh oohs are just right. At just two and a half minutes, the song is as fleeting as these brief summer months but ensures you’ll be hitting replay promptly. Dig it below. Stone’s new full-length Marshes drops September 18th on This Is American Music.

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