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Album Review

"Endless Summer," Kentucky-based indie rock collective Follow the Train's leadoff track to Breath of Sigh, their debut for San Diego's Darla Records, sounds like just that, a sunset disappearing into the horizon viewed from the luxury of a beat-up convertible hugging the coast. This is dream pop in the vein of early-'90s 4AD bands like the Pale Saints and the Red House Painters with the cool, dark scent of the Church lingering behind it. Frontman Dennis Sheridan adopts Steve Kilbey's laconic delivery and breathy despair without becoming a slave to it, providing the more uptempo numbers like "Think in the Skin, " which starts out like Mask-era Bauhaus then evolves into an Echo & the Bunnymen chorus, and the Interpol-esque "Original Disconnect" with both volatility and urgency. With a sound so steeped in post-punk, new wave, and college rock, it's hard not to name-check so many bands, and the group's penchant for reverbed-out midtempo revelry can get awfully sleepy, but when it works, like on the gorgeous "Kentucky" and "Afraid," it's like a gilded window to both the past and the future with the listener on the deciding end.


Formed: 2004 in Louisville, KY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Originally designed as a solo project for singer/songwriter Dennis Sheridan, Louisville, KY, indie rock collective Follow the Train congealed around the talents of Sheridan, drummer Andrew Hurt, bass player Bill Green, and keyboardist Angela Green in 2004. The group released the seven-song Great Disturbance EP that same year on the local Debauchery label, followed by their full-length debut, Breath of Sigh, on San Diego-based Darla Records in 2006. Sigh, produced by ex-Elliott member Kevin...
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