…are worth listening to. Yes, sometimes the hype is right. You can find a decent bootleg here, buy ’em, or, of course, check out free.napster.com.
They remind me of a looser, more-reverb drenched Midlake. Which, in my book, is a good thing. This album definitely sounds like it came out in the early seventies and should be spinning on my turntable–which is actually a little eerie.
Although I’m not sold on Bruegel art-work…