“America’s Son,” one of the latest tracks from Dallas indie folk-pop quintet Air Review, begins with a tinkling, high-pitched beat that is gradually built up with piano, banjo plucking and the soft, Sufjan-y voice of Douglas Hale. The very patriotic lyrics make us long for summer and the Fourth Of July, which is a bit depressing in these freezing January temperatures.
 
Air Review – America’s Son by CMJ Network
 
Part of the band’s America’s Son EP, released November 1, the track with the same name shows that Air Review has a very different sound from other folk-pop bands out there and is one to watch in 2012. Stream the track above, and scope out the video below.