Loneliest Generation is the debut record from Harper Blynn (formerly Pete and J). Produced by David Kahne (The Strokes, Regina Spektor, Paul McCartney), the album was recorded over 10 days in New York City. The album was released digitally on December 15, 2009 and is scheduled for a physical release in April.
The band is comprised of a half-Jewish state champion baseball player from Chicago (Pete Harper), a curly-haired choir boy from Philadelphia (J. Blynn), a first-generation Indian from Long Island (Sarab Singh), and a tall Dutchman (Whynot - yes, that is his name).
Paste Magazine named Harper Blynn their #1 new discovery of the 2009 CMJ festival, saying, "despite their Brooklyn address and hipster credentials, there's nothing remotely indie rock about the band – the harmonies recall Simon & Garfunkel, and the melodies would make Elvis Costello proud."
Harper Blynn - "25 Years" (Right-click to download)