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Scott Tournet Experiments Inward With ‘Ver La Luz’

Unlike the unavoidable celebratory roots rock sound of GPN, Ver La Luz is an album of experimental sounds focused around themes of darkness and pain with an overshadow of optimism- not so much different than the desolate yet innovative sound of The National. Although Tournet notes George Harrison’s solo work was a prime influence, there are bits of Wilco and modern leaning soundscapes that give Tournet an essential voice as a front-man and singer-songwriter from the pop charm of “Lights Go Down,” Americana twang of “Demons” and the psychedelic rock thriller “Stand By You.”  Just prior to the record’s release, we had a chance to talk with Tournet about his revolving world of success, isolation and solo artistry.

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