If someone turned a scrapheap of electronics into a temple and recorded the process, this might be those tapes. Hokey as that may sound, this album manages to be uplifting while consistently coming from way out of auditory left field to leave a smile on your face.
Favorite track: Bow And Arrow.
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"A congregation of positive vibes, with all proceeds going to a great cause." -The FADER
released February 21, 2012
This album is a co-release with Crash Symbols.
All songs recorded in Keith's bedroom in and mixed with the help of Mike Eckstrom except for the track Exorcism which was mixed with Kyle Pulley at Headroom studios. Paul North aka Sunnybrook sang on Better Water.
every single mitski album i honestly think like, "wow, how are we the same exact person?" her lyrics are very relatable for many current twenty-something women, and her voice feels warm and understanding. i relate to her even more on the following albums, but it all started here. i love mitski almost too much tbh. cherrycoloured