I find myself listening to this album over and over again, due in part, to the rolling 70’s-esque guitar riffs, and the
yearning, melodic vocals of Tim Smith. This is a symphony of folk rock that needs to be played over-and-over again to be truly appreciated. With so many moody undertones and hidden lyrical gems layered over driving rhythms.
The track “Roscoe” jumps out, with an instant classic guitar riff that is reminiscent to a by-gone track on a Fleetwood Mac album. Followed up with “Bandits” a charmingly crafted ballad that gives an account of a robbery, not unlike Goldilocks stealing porridge from the 3 bears. The guitar tone in the album’s solos are dreamy and rich, perfect complements to the seductive organ and vocal harmonies that are everywhere. “Head Home” is a perfect example of the guitar’s rich grainy tone during the guitar solo at the 2:50 mark.
Not a single track on this album is a miss. The roaming guitar choruses, paired melancholic aside estranged keyboard sections, which in themselves would be almost ridiculous, but together form an enchanting pair. This album is an absolute must have.