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Durand Jones & the Indications aren't looking backwards. Helmed�by foil vocalists in Durand Jones and drummer Aaron Frazer, the�Indications conjure the dynamism of Jackie Wilson, Curtis Mayfield,�AND the Impressions. Even with an aesthetic steeped in the golden,�strings-infused dreaminess of early '70s soul, the Indications'�sophomore LP, American Love Call, is planted firmly in the present,�with the urgency of this moment in time.�The Indications' 2016 self-titled debut was the product of friends who�met as students at Indiana University in Bloomington, In., recorded�for $452.11, including a case of beer. American Love Call, the band's�sophomore LP is instead the record the Indications dreamed of�making, fleshed out with strings, backing vocals, and a newfound�confidence in songwriting.�Blending a slew of influences from years spent crate-digging, guitarist�Blake Rhein says the Indications approach songs in the same way hip-hop producers do, as likely to pull inspiration from '70s folk-rock or�classic R&B as they are Nas' Illmatic.�"Did I expect to do this shit once I got out of college? Hell no, Jones�relays, laughing. "Totally not. But this is what God is telling me to do -�move and groove. So I'm gonna stay in my lane."
Morning in America , Don't You Know (Feat. Aaron Frazer) , Circles , Court of Love (Feat. Aaron Frazer) , Long Way Home , Too Many Tears (Feat. Aaron Frazer) , Walk Away , What I Know About You (Feat. Aaron Frazer) , Listen to Your Heart , Sea Gets Hotter (Feat. Aaron Frazer) 1 How Can I Be Sure (Feat. Aaron Frazer) 1, True Love