I may have been familiar with the Postmarks last year--I think I remember reading about them and noting they were from South Florida, where I grew up--but I never really gave them a listen until their latest album, Memoirs At The End Of The World showed up. With a cover any half-witted record collector would naturally assume to have been issued by Columbia Records in the mid-'60s, the new album--strictly speaking their second, not counting an EP and a collection of cover singles--is a treasure from start to finish.Brookville's performance of "Break My Heart" have already seen Postmark singer Tim's lead vocal contribution to that band; now here's your chance to see her in the context of her full-time band.
And here are the above audio tracks themselves for your downloading/streaming pleasure.
Next, here's the band themselves telling the story of the Postmarks. Check out what they have to say, then see what you can do about hearing their new album. You're certain to like what you hear.