blissed-out


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blissed-out

(blĭst′out′)
adj. Slang
Happy or ecstatic; blissful.
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Their debut single Delete, released in 2014, has a lot going on - from a humble start that suggested just another Ed Sheehan knock-off, the song builds into something as glorious as it is unexpected, all shimmering guitars and blissed-out harmonies.
Livewire frontman with Teessiders John and the Ragmen, Harrison has built up an extraordinary reputation for blissed-out, funk-tinged folk songs, with a voice that would put many a 90-year-old bluesman to shame.
But keep with it as it's an album that throws all they've learnt in their career into the pot so there's the psych-rock of 2013, the Move On Up-style blues of It's Alight, It's OK and the blissed-out noise of Relativity.