If Kirtan had been invented in New Jersey
Simple, bright guitar chords vamp over this ethereal song, accompanied by few instruments beyond a shaker. The song feels like a confessional to the divine, carried by the empassioned beauty of Red November Sky's sincere singer. "And I do believe, oh believe in me/ cause I'm standing here most patiently." The singer's reverberant and clear voice might remind you of some of the B-sides from Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, especially in regards to the gentle reverb applied to his dark-but-soulful voice. This song will make you want to stand up and sing, or maybe to grab the nearest instrument from the bucket and join in.