King Rhichard's Sunday Best
King Richard's Sunday Best is not a very good band. Sure, when Atlanta-based musicians Evan Tyor and Luke McGinnis teamed up to form this ludicrously christened duo, they were told by their girlfriends and numerous family members that they were excellent. The phrases 'That sounds nice', and 'wonderful potential!' were even thrown around. In reality, their music is full of tacky, confusing chord progressions, and annoyingly poetic lyrics. Add cellist Simon Reiter to the mix, and it becomes even worse. I mean seriously, who likes the cello? Then along came some girl, who can't even play anything (except kazoo). She just stands there and sings. Ok, so, it is rather interesting to see 9 or so instruments being played by 4 people... And yes, they play covers of your favorite songs, with beautiful harmonies and original instrumentation. Fine, they also write really catchy songs. But if you hear King Richard's Sunday Best and consider it good music, you need to reconsider your taste. Hell, you probably also like The Beatles. Get a life.