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The Lemon Twigs Welcome 2024 With ‘My Golden Years’

Take a step into the past with The Lemon Twigs and their New Year single, “My Golden Years.”

Blast From the Past: The Lemon Twigs & “My Golden Years”

The Lemon Twigs
The Lemon Twigs

Sibling duo, The Lemon Twigs, pay homage to the 1960s with an upbeat track that is reminiscent of some of our favorite old-timey artists. With tastes of The Beach Boys and a splash of The Beatles, The Lemon Twigs are a refreshing approach to music today—or reapproach, for that matter. Everything about the song screams coastal trips in station wagons. The music video, accompanied by shaggy hair and suede vests, is the perfect visualization for the journey that this song takes you on.

“My Golden Years” details the importance of living in the moment. It’s a song about recognizing the here and now. After all, we’re not getting any younger, right? We are currently living our Golden Years and must do our best to not let them pass us by:

“Though so much has passed / The only thing true is nothing can last / And in the blink of an eye / I’ll watch these golden years fly by”

– Chorus to “My Golden Years”

The Lemon Twigs’ approach to music is one we’ve seen before. With artists like Stephen Sanchez reigniting music from the past, there’s a new trend of musicians taking a step back in time. While Sanchez embodies much of the ’50s (especially with his most popular track “Until I Found You“), The Lemon Twigs take a swing at the ’70s. And, we’d be amiss to say that they don’t do it pretty darn well. With a killer 2023 album, Everything Harmony, this power pop duo has begun making subtle waves in music. If “My Golden Years” is any indication of what’s to come, then there’s sure to be a tsunami of great music to come from The Lemon Twigs in the new year.

Check out the music video for “My Golden Years” down below!

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