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Album Review

Despite the Kansas City, MO, group's unwieldy moniker, When We Leave, We Will Know Where We've Been is a wonderfully pastoral mix of acoustic and electronic sounds (topped off by mournful, Neil Young-like vocals) that recalls such formidable purveyors of the form as Grandaddy and Gastr Del Sol. This is a warm, organic album packed with gorgeous little moments such as "Smoke and Mirrors," which builds a stirring and ethereal atmosphere atop a simple acoustic guitar and voice arrangement. "Rest Assured" is similarly minded (and as successful), but this song eventually gives way to tumbling drums and a strident wash of keyboards. This group wills a bevy of Grandaddy comparisons; however, Namelessnumberheadman may have an even broader palette. This is a reassuringly warm, yet engagingly complex album.

Biography

Formed: 2000 in Kansas City, OK

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

A boundary-free mix of lo-fi pop and indie rock, Namelessnumberheadman craft a dance-friendly sound that utilizes several unique keyboards. The minds behind the project are Andrew Sallee, Chuck Whittington, and Jason Lewis, a Kansas City trio that grew up together and have often recorded and written with one another. Although Lewis didn't take part in the early incarnations of the band, his inclusion in 2000 cemented the lineup and name of Namelessnumberheadman. Their initial demo EP (100,000...
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