I am a sucker for 80's inspired rock cheese, and this indie was born from some sweet sweet cheese. Pop worthy lyrics and the aloof lead singer of all our dreams, Regrets for Brunettes brings us the debut album "At Night You Love Me." This album gets all of my free passes. It's a timeless sound that gets under every one's skin who aches to feel a lightness -- distinctive and familiar without being boring.
"Tough Love" is soundtrack worthy, and sure to get stuck in your head. It has a well-conceived arrangement and is motivating. The album requires no sales pitch. These Los Angeles natives are going places. Get this album and take a vacation from yourself. Relating to these Brunettes will be easy, whatever color your hair is.