Money Mark Brand New by Tomorrow
Money Mark, the groove-thick keyboardist, dials back the funk in favor of some earnest confessions […]
Money Mark, the groove-thick keyboardist, dials back the funk in favor of some earnest confessions about love, loss, and releasing his first disc on Jack Johnson’s label. Okay, that last one was a jab, but the two truly seem to have discovered a laid-back, lo-fi pop nexus together, and while it may not exactly intrigue Mark’s Keyboard Repair loyalists, Brand New by Tomorrow‘s heartbreak pop sticks to your ribcage. “Pick Up the Pieces,” “Pretend to Sleep,” and “Color of Your Blues” ache from front to back.