Their self-titled sophomore LP has more in common with '90s slowcore bands like Red House Painters or Low than it does with most of their label mates. They can still get intense, but in a different way. Clean guitars and dreamy vocals make up most of the album, pulling you in via entrancement rather than full-throttle attack. And though they can pile on the distortion in some parts (like the psychedelic-sludge drone at the end of 'Tired Eyes'), it's more of a rare secret weapon than their main tool to fall back on." -Brooklyn Vegan. LP pressed on colored vinyl and includes a download. "
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