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Woods has always had a sound and feel that is more Portland, OR, than Brooklyn, NY, but on their fifth studio album, it seems they’ve moved south to Santa Cruz, CA, for further earthy inspiration. Like a bud pushing through a craggy sidewalk, the flowery psychedelia and genteel folk overtones of At Echo Lake — and especially Jeremy Earl’s sweetly naïve vocals — are hope-filled and yearning; they’re musical underdogs in a world of garage revivalists and carefully orchestrated indie pop. The songs are more concise than on past efforts (the entire record is under 30 minutes), with the longest track, “Blood Dries Darker” feeling just too brief in its ragged pop perfection. One of the shortest songs, “From the Horn,” feels much larger, built on expansive layers of sonic sprawl that are oddly precise and constrained. From the spirit of Neil Young on tunes like “Time Fading Lines” to the psychedelic colors of “Suffering Season” and the swirling sitars of “I Was Gone,” this collection exudes a unique warmth and honesty, and feels strangely timeless.

Customer Reviews

again and again and

I was reduced to thinking I could; it took the better part of 21 years, a glass of wine and your music to realize I should.

Go Woods!!!

Yes this is real music. I've been looking for music like this and woah this is it.

Yes. Its good.

I like it better than their last. Great Melodies and even better vocals. I listen to it as a whole and suggest you do the same.


Formed: 2005 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Founded as a side project by Meneguar's Jeremy Earl, Woods started as a solitary recording project in 2005. Earl recorded the debut Woods release, How to Survive In/In the Woods, a double cassette that appeared on the Fuckittapes label, shortly after the project's inception. The project's acoustic-leaning sounds veered away from the more traditional rock instrumentation of the parent band, and the off-the-cuff, lo-fi recording style cultivated a loose and searching vibe in the early material. In...
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