I love when an album starts and immediately taps into a part of you that is always there but is hardly called on. The soundscapes and lyricism are melancholy but hyper-emotional at the same time. You can find many gems and quotes in the beautiful words while wading through the thick layers of the mix. I imagine one day I’ll be old and listening to “White Ceiling” in amazement of its timelessness and permanent relevance to humanity.
The whole experience makes you think about ... read more