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You can tell when a 14 year old writes a review. Ever since hearing Team Sleep and seeing Idiot Pilot on tour, I really got into their unique sound. Their first album was a lot more hard, and had loads more screaming and just crazy songs. This album is a bit more dreamy and not nearly as much screaming. I actually said to my roommate "They would be amazing if they'd stop with the angry screaming all the just.. ruins it sometimes" and sure enough, they had the same thoughts. Very ambient sounding songs at times, but not boring. I'd have to say this album is superior to their older one. Just my vote..

I was worried...

This is definitely a more mature sounding album from the boys of Idiot Pilot, but after hearing Retina and the Sky I was worried that they might lose their IP feel altogether. I was pleasantly surprised with Wolves, and I can safely say the Idiot Pilot has progressed immensely as a band.


Wolves is definitely more mature than SWSMH, but I also think it's a step away from their own style that they mastered and owned as artists back when Idiot Pilot was more of a self-produced band. More people have worked with them on this album and I think it's obvious with the more "radio friendly" songs that came out in the process. I personally think Wolves is a small step backward for Idiot Pilot, but it's still a solid album. If I could, I would give this a rating of just under 4 stars... it's just not quite there.


Formed: 2003 in Bellingham, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Bellingham, WA's Idiot Pilot comprises Michael Harris (vocals) and Daniel Anderson (guitars, keys, programming). Strange We Should Meet Here, the duo's debut, originally appeared in February 2004 through their own Clickpop imprint. But word of mouth was strong for the band's plucky blend of moody electronics and screeching post-hardcore noise, and Idiot Pilot was soon getting spins on Seattle modern rock radio and scoring gigs at Experience Music Project. They signed with Reprise in May of that year,...
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