They sound a lot like a really heavy rock band that is taking their liberty to stretch out their arrangements.
Returner is funnest when the filmmakers don’t even try to justify what they’re putting onscreen.
I envy A Northern Chorus for having been able to create something this gorgeous.
Though far from original, Emery Reel does dive into their music with quite a bit of gusto.
There’s a solidity and honesty to Unwed Sailor’s music that I always find appealing, and that came through perfectly tonight.
Further proof that any day Michael Pritzl chooses to bring new material into the world is a good day indeed.
This collection of early demos and live material reveals just how fully formed the band’s sound was right from the beginning.
No matter which disc you get, the wide array of styles makes for an interesting listen.
They’re too mellow to be pop, not nearly angry enough to be alternative, too lush to be folk, and too positive for the indie hipsters who crave irony above almost all else.
The band has established themselves as one that can not only make you smile with lovely pop songs but can also move you with beautiful ones.