Iron & Wine
One More Try (Two Sides Of George) 7"
Suicide Squeeze Records 
Fire Note Says: You can't go wrong with this 7" collectible from Iron & Wine!
Releases like the new Iron & Wine One More Try 7" is one absolute reason I love music. It is corny and cool all in the same breath. Right from the opening organ on this George Michael cover you soon get Sam Beam's distinguishable vocal singing the emphasized first lines "I've had enough of danger; and people on the streets" which automatically registers in your head that "One More Try" is going to have a complete new twist and vibe. Beam sings this track like its going to be his last which not only highlights the track's lyrics but also showcases how a song can totally take on a new life with a different arrangement. The end result is worth checking out especially if you are an Iron & Wine fan.
This release is part of Suicide Squeeze's single series and is limited to 750 vinyl copies worldwide (250 opaque yellow, 250 opaque
red, 250 black vinyl). Suicide Squeeze has been sold out for awhile but if you go to your local indie record store you just might be able to still find a copy so don't wait!
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-Reviewed by Christopher Anthony