Ultimately, the film is a nostalgic and romantic tale of childhood promises and dreams.
The chance to hear Janes’ voice in an even more stripped down, traditional setting is not without its allure.
The long and short of it is that the band sounds just a little too much like Radiohead for their own good.
Scott Sinfield’s gorgeous atmospherics are sometimes undone by some nondescript programming.
In concert, these songs become absolute maelstroms, as the band handily moves past their punk comparisons and launches right into the stratosphere with ear-shredding noise.
Baby Teeth makes me love the ’70s all the more.
He recalls a sincerely heartbroken Burt Bacharach working more with an acoustic guitar than a piano.
A highly evocative composition that is both joyful and uplifting, infinitely sad and haunting.
An album where nearly every single song grabs you by the throat.