Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by ItsAndrew, Jul 15, 2020.
A listen in and this is one of my favourite albums of the year
Yeah this is really solid! I’m surprised you’re the first one to reply to this thread!
I just sent @trevorshmevor a dm and will tag some more people!
Paging some pals – @mad @sean_rugy @Rowan5215 @jordalsh @Carrow – get in here!
edit: @personalmaps, @Drew Beringer and @copperperson997 will probably dig this, too
Have enjoyed the singles but haven't quite gotten around to this yet, thanks for the tip!
I’m always bad at tagging people who I think would like certain albums so thank you!
really liked the opener! putting this on my list
Yeah heard the opener a few weeks ago and liked it a lot, just got hung up on some other new releases last weekend and totally forgot about this! Not a lot on my radar for tomorrow though so it’ll be top priority
Fans of this record will probably also like the new Thank You, I’m Sorry record that dropped last week as well!
Thank You, I'm Sorry - I'm Glad We're Friends (August 21, 2020) • forum.chorus.fm
the opener totally hooked me, thanks for the rec @Mary V !
thanks for the reminder mary. I was into the singles but kinda forgot about it, this seems to be a theme for this year.
wil spend more time with it tomorrow for sure!
Happy to have y’all here! Pop back in after your listens!
awesome I will check this. thanks for the tag!
that riff that comes in towards the end of "Eaten Thing" is absolutely nasty. PJ Harvey would be proud
The unexpected forays into noise rock rule
gave it a spin on my coffee walk this morning and I am awake. this goes places I was not expecting lol
absolutely here for it
Can hardly wait until next Friday (bandcamp Friday) to buy this!
Finally got around to this! Agreed with Sean, there was some really unexpected stuff here! Didn’t see Earthquake coming even with a 5 song lead, haha. That one and Gold Stars were super riffy in a way that a lot of comparable indie rock doesn’t really ever get to be. Really cool record! I think the opener and Public Bodies were my favorites
the guitars on this thing are really sick