Beulah had me by the first 20 seconds of the second track, "A Good Man is Easy to Kill." The fuzzed-out George Harrison-esque guitar riff, the cascading "bah-bah-bah" vocals, the percolating bass line -- a sucker punch of good old-fashioned pop bliss. Then comes the chorus, a sunburned beauty that slices into the brain with the ease of a hot knife through butter. And it just keeps getting better from there.
Beulah plays Mon., Oct. 1, at the Echo Lounge.
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