I can’t exactly place my finger on what I dig about this release; it’s elusive like that.
Maybe it’s the crunchy phaser guitar effects keeping the tones swirling and neurotic. Maybe its the blown out and steady drum work that sits just above the mix driving the songs forward like a charging bull. Or maybe it’s the fantastic vocals cutting through all the lethargic sludge to talk about existential romance and the sociopolitical problems of today.
It’s also probably just the name. It’s a great band name.
ANOTHER EXCELLENT FATHER/DAUGHTER RELEASE. KEEP IT UP Y’ALL.