February 24, 2010

Sonny & the Sunsets - "Too Young To Burn"

When I was just a kid, they said kid don't you cry. I am older now, I say it's alright. Have a tear rolling down, there's a lesson learned. Are you too old to turn, are you too young to burn? Too young, too young to burn.
San Francisco’s Sonny & the Sunsets is comprised of singer/songwriter Sonny Smith and a rotating casts of friends that can include Kelley Stoltz, John Dwyer (Thee Oh Sees), and Tim Cohen (Fresh & Onlys). "Too Young To Burn," the first song off their Tomorrow Is Alright LP out digitally now via Soft Abuse, is the kind of timeless classic that can fit into any occasion: a cozy car ride, a boombox in the middle of a field, a 100 person house party or 2 person fire on the beach. It's a simple song—just a few acoustic guitar chords and handclaps—but Smith's words are the kind that stick. And they don't get much better.

Sonny & the Sunsets – “Too Young To Burn” (from Tomorrow Is Alright)

Sonny & The Sunsets

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