All this need's is your undivided attention. My god like; this is really beautiful. I imagine it as like Daughters: You Won't Get What You Want but more avant-garde than it can ever be. This is blissful and mysterious and terrifying in all the right places, everything about this is something that I can barely put into words. Wonderful ass album
Groovy as fuck. I couldn't imagine a better post-hardcore album than something like this like; tracks shuffle from awe-inspiring to crazy anthemic, lightning in a bottle songs that are almost too perfect. Even with the flaws of this album, this still manages to blow me away and keep me on my toes. Especially the second to last closer and the closer itself like; WOW
I find it ironic how this is the only well documented Wicked Farleys album to have a place, time & release date. They recorded in the same recording studio as Weezer how crazy is that!!!
They took their sound they did on Ken Theory & used it as blueprints to make something distorted & noisy. It's so damn good like; this is a Math Pop & Noise Pop essential. Listen to this shit now because it's on Spotify
Let's be realistic, throughout these 5 years, NO ONE could've expected this album to drop with such a change & shift in sound like this. This album feels like the post-album of Rodeo. This thing is just as ambitious as Rodeo in this regard. Wonderful album
I've only just listened to this album just because of Mississippi Queen & that on Regular Show episode, but anyhow, the first impressions & after impressions of this album are fucking HARSH dude. This thing was sorta ambitious to me but now, it's just there, just a staple of that damn 70's Hard Rock era, this thing didn't even stand out that much besides just that 1 track. Kind-a sad, and mid