11 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The second album from this Indiana quartet boasts the kind of novelist-eye storytelling that makes bands like Richmond Fontaine so great. And The Band are a musical touchstone here, so the tunes are deceptively homespun and hugely cinematic. As much as “Sedona” is graceful, “Otis” is a loose country shamble. The gospel-garage road-raver “15 Years” soars on organ-guitar distortion and a hail of voices, while the Dylanesque ache of “For No One” pulls in a war vet’s lament while winking at Hemingway. “It don’t burn as fast as me,” sighs Katie Toupin on “Gasoline,” and it chills to the bone.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

The second album from this Indiana quartet boasts the kind of novelist-eye storytelling that makes bands like Richmond Fontaine so great. And The Band are a musical touchstone here, so the tunes are deceptively homespun and hugely cinematic. As much as “Sedona” is graceful, “Otis” is a loose country shamble. The gospel-garage road-raver “15 Years” soars on organ-guitar distortion and a hail of voices, while the Dylanesque ache of “For No One” pulls in a war vet’s lament while winking at Hemingway. “It don’t burn as fast as me,” sighs Katie Toupin on “Gasoline,” and it chills to the bone.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
128 Ratings
128 Ratings
pete b ,

Can't go wrong

I loved the last album and if Sedona is any indiciation of the whole album, this is going to be a great next one. Come to SLC friends!

D-Boy 72 ,

Great Stories

I love this album. Most people don’t know that band member Matt Myers Dad was a folk star back in the 70’s at I.U.
Like father, like son…..How cool is that?

madkingray ,

MONEY BABY

It’s like the Mamas and the Papas, Bob Dylan, and sunset colored LA city nights got together for a southern orgy

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