Hood’s music, even in EP form, is as mercurial and affecting as ever, while still managing to hint at exciting things that may come.
Few bands convey the dreariness of the colder seasons, as well as the wistfulness for something better as well as Hood does.
Hood updates their pastoral post-rock with glitchy electronics and Anticon hip-hop to create a compelling wintry sound.
Home Is Where It Hurts contains a healthy dose of the band’s intriguing blend of melancholia, autumnal sounds, and pastoral post-rock.
I say that I’m frustrated by this album because it’s very easy for me to dismiss it, when a part of me knows I should be enraptured by it.