After a 12-year hiatus, we are more than happy to welcome back the Beachwood Sparks. Their comeback album The Tarnished Gold makes its mark, unlike so many other albums produced in the same vain. Unlike many before, The Tarnished Gold is a gem among a rarity of solid comeback albums. Known for their kaleidoscopic and psychedelic pop tunes, the members of the band previously formed as a part of a previous band called Further, and it’s bands like these that remind us of the positive influences of classical folk music on the modern day indie-scene. Their fusion of old-school folk rock and modern-era pop is possibly the most welcome mix we have scene in recent years. Best described as CSNY meets Bon Iver, they are the reinvigoration we have long been waiting for. Their 70′s inspired laidback and vibrant melodies are perfect for your iconic summer picnic. Sit back, relax and let Beachwood Sparks’ latest effort take you through your week. Listen to “Sparks Fly Again” below and stream the full album over at NPR.