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The "aggressive" songs

Most of what the iTunes review is accurate, but they deride the more angry-sounding tracks Too Excited and Pot Kettle Black as being out of keeping with their previous body of work, whereas I found them to be the best tracks on this album. If you like Wild Like Children and Bottoms of Barrels, you'll still find all that you loved about those albums on this one, but thankfully with this album, Tilly & the Wall have really expanded their sound. There are a couple more aggressive tunes, for sure, but not excessively so in the context of the album as a whole, and more importantly they are done VERY well. Lots of bands play with their sound, and not all of the risks pan out, but I think that T&tW really pay off with their risks on this one.


Formed: 2001 in Omaha, NE

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Hailing from the musical hotbed of Omaha, Nebraska, the indie pop anomaly Tilly and the Wall formed in 2001 out of the ashes of several groups — including Conor Oberst's pre-Bright Eyes endeavor, Park Avenue — and gained some underground recognition for their unorthodox approach to percussion, forsaking the traditional drum kit for the amplified tap shoes of dancer Jamie Williams (as well as hand percussion supplied by vocalists Neely Jenkins and Kianna Alarid). Rounded out by guitarist/vocalist...
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