Goodman Delivers Upbeat Pessimism with ‘Shallow’ [Premiere]

Like many blistering pop tracks before it, Goodman’s “Shallow” takes the pessimism of a crumbling relationship and wraps it in a deceptively up-tempo package. As 60s-era percussion and gentle organ parts are overtaken with gritty guitar, we’re given a taste of the couple’s utter melancholy with lines like, “Our love it nothing, and so am I.” To experience this brand of buoyant sorrow live (and you absolutely should), be sure to catch Goodman this coming Monday at Arlene’s Grocery for our Leap Day Celebration!

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