Local 913, Episode 19, The Feel-Good Revolution
Indie-folk band The Feel-Good Revolution is mainly the duo of Claire Secen and Cody Kraski. The group, who met while attending the University of Pittsburgh in Greensburg, take influence from sounds and songwriting of acts like Bright Eyes, Sea Wolf and Sarah Harmer. Their latest LP, Home, was released in September of 2014. Kraski and Secen trade leads on the latest album that has a light indie feel of an upbeat Iron & Wine or early Ingrid Michaelson, with mature vocals from both singers. Tall Trees is a stand-out track on their latest LP, which was written by Claire about coping with college lifestyle. Listen below to the song and comments from Cody Kraski and the band. For more information on The Feel-Good Revolution, go to their website.