Chris Robinson Brotherhood :: Let It Fall

Get a whiff of this. The summer solstice has arrived early, courtesy of freak-lifer Chris Robinson’s “Let It Fall,” via the Brotherhood’s new lp, Servants Of The Sun. Filmed on location at Robinson’s pad in Marin, the Jay Blakesberg directed video plays as one-part found footage, and … hold up, where was our invite to this thing?

Flanked by various co-conspirators, the band (sounding like a mélange of Amorica/Mars Hotel/In The Right Place) lock into a groove right from the get, as Do You Remember The Great Earl Hooker spins on the platter. Festivities ensue while the collective riff over a series of inquiries, accusations and invocations, intermittently concerned with existential space, heathen fellowship and, naturally, things turning “weird.” ‘Tis the season, indeed.

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