“My Golden Years” by The Lemon Twigs”

The Lemon Twigs, are New York sibling duo, comprised of Brian and Michael D’Addario. Known for their retro pop, which aims to pick up where The Beach Boys left off, have dropped new single “My Golden Years.” The track now available via Captured Tracks (Wild Nothing, Molly Burch), and is their first new release since their 2023 album, Everything Harmony</em>.

“My Golden Years” holds close the smooth harmonies of The Beach Boys, the energy and bombast of Raspberries, and shimmering 12 string textures of The Byrds — as the brothers describe it, “My Golden Years” is a power-pop anthem about “making every minute count and living up to your potential.” They continue, joking that, “in that sense I think that people like Mark Ruffalo or people who hike might like the song. Or it could be good while you’re working out.”

The video for “My Golden Years” is just as cheeky: between sun-drenched shots filmed across LA, the band traverses through moments of mischief and open fields.

Says director Ambar Navarro: “The “My Golden Years” video is about looking back at the good old days, and the highs and lows of trying to make it as a band. We wanted to incorporate situations like being broke and getting kicked out while being playful and humorous about it. When you’re trying to make it as an artist there’s this vulnerability of putting yourself out to constant rejection that can be tough, but the band finds their full peace and freedom in performing in an open field.”

order Everything Harmony and “My Golden Years” by The Lemon Twigs HERE


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