It's a funny old world when a dude who is clearly not old enough to be have been around in the early 1960s can make a track that sounds pretty near the real thing from that decade and without any influence from the interim years, no modern references and no irony. Like nothing, not even from some more modern 60s influenced acts like say REM. Nope, zip, zilch.
Was Jackson Reed locked in a box with his parents' record collection and not allowed anything else? If yes thats horrible for him but kinda cool for us. And really interesting that we live in a world where so much info from a given time is available, so much so that someone can create using just that info from that time. Its not looking back, its deeper than that, its living back. Anyway.
A couple of SlowCity faves from Evening Hymns and Wooden Sky are involved in the recording so we know for sure its a modern track. Its from Reed's debut EP November Gales out Oct. 14 2016 on Deadplant Records.