Since the release of it's underground hit EP IcewaterandFlyswatters in 1997, Sea of Jones has existed as an intriguing flash of light on the sometimes forlorn landscape of the music world. Brave in the face of countless forgotten trends and mini-movements, this band stays with what it has always believed in; gritty, insightful, surprisingly vulnerable pop songwriting and soaring vocal harmonies. Sea of Jones combines three distinctive voices-- bassist Bill Kelley, guitarist Patrick Munson, and guitarist Gary Turnier with the rock-solid drumming of Roger Thom to bring to the table a hearty mix of guitar band styles, ranging from mop top garage, to muscular psychedelic pop, to alt-country. Here in the year 2000, with the help of studio whiz Bob Abeyta, Sea of Jones has already attracted indie-label interest. With such standout songs as 'Sunmoonstar', 'Alison3', 'Something New' and 'Driving', Little Kings shows that while Sea of Jones' collective heart may be permanently displayed on one sleeve, the other hand wields an irony so sharp that you may not feel the pain until you find yourself bleeding. Enjoy.