supported by 6 fans who also own “Waking Up, Dirt River”
An intoxicating combination of toughness with despair and vulnerability. Chiming, raw, angular guitars float above pulsing rhythms. The lyrics toggle between scattershot randomly impressionistic and unsparingly self-conscious. Reminds me a bit of Parquet Courts, but I prefer this because despite the ferocity, it's haunted by a melancholy dreaminess that I'm just in love with. Feels distinctly British to this American listener; I don't think it could have come from anywhere else. Joe Madden
“At Your Leisure” feels less like a definitive statement than a question in process of being asked, one with an answer worth pursuing just as it says on the cover. Bandcamp Album of the Day Jul 27, 2018
supported by 5 fans who also own “Waking Up, Dirt River”
Refreshingly simple. Perfectly casual. And with a captivating groove which will keep you humming along to the very end.
In a single track sums up everything I like about both Kurt Vile and Courtney Barnett as artists. Jostein Kjønigsen