Posts Tagged ‘lover’s game’

OFFICIAL VID: Geographer – Lover’s Game

October 11, 2012

In honor of the Giants clinching a spot in the NLCS (and making MLB history by overcoming 0-2), let’s celebrate with some music from San Francisco! OK, well, not really, but I just had to throw that in there, sorry. I was going to share this anyway. 😉 San Francisco’s indie pop band Geographer released a video today for Myth single Lover’s Game. It’s one of the danciest synthpop tracks off the album. It’s a good day, San Francisco! Game on!

Geographer on Noise Coalition Live Sessions

August 31, 2012

Here’s a great live recording of San Francisco indie band Geographer performing Lover’s Game in a studio for Noise Coalition Live Sessions. The song is undeniably the most dance-y and catchy tune off of recent album Myth, though I personally like other tracks on the album more. As great of a tune as this is, it’s not as groundbreaking as some of their other songs where the electric cello takes a stronger role and Michael Deni’s voice soars over a greater range. I still like it, but it sounds like many other synthpop bands’ tunes. Still, I really enjoyed watching them perform it live in this video, and it’s great to see Michael Deni’s eyes. I feel like I’ve only seen him in sunglasses for months, since I keep catching them at daytime music fests!