The most political music is often the most explicit, battering it's audience with it's beliefs. But that isn't always the case; sometimes it embeds it's ideas in subtler, more successful ways. Take The Hotelier (previously The Hotel Year), whose second full-length Home, Like Noplace Is There is comprised of what can only be described as anthemic, cathartic rock songs, sent occasionally to delicate and destructive extremes. It's clear there's more to the record than it's powerful melodies. By making political statements through personal explorations, The Hotelier has not only make a uniquely political record, but also a subtler, more successful one.
An Introduction To The Album
The Scope Of All Of This Rebuilding
Your Deep Rest
Among The Wildflowers
Life In Drag
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