Make Them Wheels Roll brings out the best there is in SAFIA with a mix of an Alt-J sort of sound mixed with their unique electronic footprints.
Keep counting is simply contagious and will make you sing from the top of your lungs. Avenue is on.
The slow but steady beginning, the electronic piano getting into it's space and Samantha's sassy voice almost asking permission to take us away... It's just perfection. Once again.
We'd like to think this music became his own and much needed embrace through grief. Because of that, and because it is a beautiful song. This is our meeting of the day.
Frightened Rabbit literally Get Out strong, with the so very characteristic voice of the Scott Hutchison, a powerful and solid folk-rock surroundings and a encouraging similarity to some of the beautiful pieces produced by The Antlers.
There's no doubt about Old Sea Brigade's journey: from Georgia straight to the top!
Midnight River has a slight-but-not-too-much commercial feeling, and keeps Blythe's typical ripping voice supported by the melodic back vocals, introspective piano and soft synthesizers.
With a very deep sound to every song, the track list (or set-list really) is like a slow and melodic journey to the most gentle human inside each one of us.