This album is so comforting, almost nursing me to sleep sometimes.
Horn of Plenty may not have a lot of particular highlights throughout, but I love the overall sound and atmosphere the album encompasses. The gentle guitar and string melodies laid over soft sung lyrics paint a picture of a small hearth in the middle of a shady forest. The slightly lo-fi recording only adds to this feeling, and makes the album almost a little eerie.
Horn a Plenty is a great debut from the band, leaving room ... read more