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This quintet of Portland musicians tread in the same still pond water as Iron & Wine and Elliott Smith, painting visions of loneliness and longing in pale, sunset tones under threat of losing the light altogether. Just when you think a tune might sink into a bottomless emotional malaise better avoided, drummer/singer Sarah Winchester and singer/songwriter Aaron Gerber pull up on the throttle, albeit with considerable restraint (or is it hesitation?). “Third of Life” is a fine example, with its murmuring acoustic guitars turning into white-hot electric ones as the song rises like a phoenix from gray embers. It’s a beauty. Throughout the collection, Winchester and Gerber’s vocals dance together, waltzing in out of lyrics like, “I'm alright, or maybe will be if you wait a hundred days to go home,” and “I’ll be mean as a hammer/driving a nail.” Everyday Balloons, their sophomore release, is a beautiful, moody experience that may both lift a spirit, or help roiling emotions to settle gracefully.

Customer Reviews


It's hard to get through this whole CD. The vocals drag on and on. I keep wishing someone would sing above a whisper. While some of the lyrics are pretty good overall this one put me to sleep.

Love it

Can't stop listening to this album


I hope they come to korea!
I want see a weather in seoul...and I can't stop listening this album😭


Formed: 2006 in Portland, OR

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

A Weather's warm, intimate folk-pop first took form during 2006's holiday season, when vocalists Aaron Gerber and Sarah Winchester decided to embellish their harmony-driven songs with help from guitarist Zach Boyle, bassist Louis Thomas, and second guitarist Aaron Krenkel. Combining swells of sound with sparse, understated passages, the Portland-based band quickly signed with Team Love Records (co-owned by Conor Oberst and Nate Krenkel, Aaron's brother) and issued Feather Test in the spring of 2007....
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