BEIRUT "Santa Fe" MP3


Although “Santa Fe” is no “Postcards From Italy,” it’s different enough to keep me interested in Beirut’s old world tinkerings. Taking a break from his Ukulele, the song is surprisingly lead by a chiming keyboard. And what keeps it Beirut are Zach Condon’s ever full-grown vocals crooning away and the eventual accompaniment of the horns and brass section. Imagine a mix between what Beirut is usually known for and Condon’s other project The Real People.

The song is part of his new album The Rip Tide which will be released digitally on August 2nd, 2011 and then physically on Condon’s own label Pompeii Records.

MP3: “Santa Fe


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