See How They Run is a brand new band, long in the imagining. It was improbable that the six members of See How They Run would have come together in the first place with three from opposite ends of California, one from Texas, one from Ohio, and one from Puerto Rico, but musical soul mates have a way of finding each other. Between teenage jam sessions in basements to mini-van tours across the country, from coffee shops to music festivals, the paths of Adrian Bourgeois and Paige Lewisr seemed destined to cross again and again, always illuminating their shared devotion to creating music that meant something, that was built to last, that could stand against the test of time, in contrast to the ephemeral nature of most of the music of their age, and the potential of what joined forces could amount grew to be an irresistible itch. That potential is now being tested and realized as both singer/songwriters have converged in Los Angeles, and with multi-instrumentalist Brian Manchen, drummer Sammy Figueroa, bassist Alex Balderston, and violinist Wyatt Sum completing the picture. The music of See How They Run is like stepping into a kaleidoscope but one that tells a good story. Glockenspiels, sleigh bells, accordions, guitars, banjos, violins, and flutes intertwine with precision against a bed of lush Beach Boys/Fleetwood Mac harmonies. And the lyrics seem almost embarrassingly intimate and personal, until you realize you're singing along to them because they tell your story too, not to mention they're catchy as hell. For six artists who individually have been carving out a lifetime of music, playing thousands of gigs, and releasing six albums between them, it's strange to be at a sort of beginning again, but it's been a glorious beginning so far, playing to rapturous audiences across Los Angeles who also can't seem to get enough of their first single "So Long" released recently on Soundcloud. Yes it's a new beginning but isn't that what we all need, a chance to fall in love with music all over again?