10 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This New York trio’s eighth album of melodic indie rock is downbeat in its outlook yet musically uplifting. Singer/guitarist Matthew Caws has grown into middle age gracefully, whether he’s rocking out on the short, sharp title track or reflecting on the passing of a relationship and the hope of another on the ringing minor chords of “Believe You’re Mine”. The band’s sinewy rhythm section underpins the sparkling guitars, while warm harmonies add sweetness to these true-to-life tales of growing older and, hopefully, wiser.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This New York trio’s eighth album of melodic indie rock is downbeat in its outlook yet musically uplifting. Singer/guitarist Matthew Caws has grown into middle age gracefully, whether he’s rocking out on the short, sharp title track or reflecting on the passing of a relationship and the hope of another on the ringing minor chords of “Believe You’re Mine”. The band’s sinewy rhythm section underpins the sparkling guitars, while warm harmonies add sweetness to these true-to-life tales of growing older and, hopefully, wiser.

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