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The best kept secret in music


"Quite Possibly...An Advocation"

It's consistent, that's for sure. This is straight-ahead, guitar-based, melodic rock, never dangerously aggressive nor particularly delicate; even the ballads have an underlying crunch. There's no standout among the seven songs, but no clunkers either. What does stand out are the guitar leads -- tuneful, tasteful and never self-indulgent -- and the buoyant vocal harmonies. "You got my heart/I knew it right from the start" is an actual lyric, but that's OK -- the disc's mixed so that the words take a backseat to vocal tone, and to the band's audible chemistry.

- New Haven Advocate, 5/21/06


"Quite Possibly..." Released May 2006

Standout songs include the sweet "Long Goodnight" and the ballad "Before You Know."

"3 out of 4" -- released May 2000

This album's singles, Queen of the World, Waiting for You, and Murder She Wrote have been played on Connecticut radio stations WWUH and WNHU, and are currently in the rotation on a number of radio stations.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Saffron is comprised of Connecticut natives Sun Srinivasan and identical twins Anne and Liz Clampet. They play throughout New England and New York in rock clubs, bars and acoustic venues.

Theirs is music that truly blends pop and rock. With clever lyrics, killer harmonies dynamite hooks, the music is meant to put a smile on your face and leave it there for days.

In addition to their original material, what sets them apart is their spin on some of your favorite covers. How many other bands do you know that do a medley of REO Speedwagon, followed by a ska/power ballad version of Jewel's "Foolish Games?"