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Apr 28, 2014Raw, emotive, energetic and infectious..the album feels as though it tumbled through a time machine from the 60s. These are the hymns to life from the messianic character Edward Sharpe. In a landscape of autotune and plastic productions, this is fresh air.
Sometimes all you need is happy music and love.
Jun 2, 2014Bandleader-vocalist, Alex Ebert is full on love drunk in band's third LP. With a sort of psychedelic and 1970's sound, this album will leave you with goose bumps and good vibes. The 10-piece band adds a rich and harmonious sound to Ebert's beautiful yet whiny voice. Seeing and hearing songs from this LP truly pull on your heartstrings and get you emotionally involved in the concert.
Overall, an upbeat and positive album that will be sure to bring a smile to your face.… Expand
Jan 12, 2014Another amazing album from these guys. They just keep getting better. It's kind of different to their earlier stuff, it's more like 1970's The Beatles music than the kind of Jefferson Airplane/Matthews Southern Comfort Band I get from their first two albums. But still a very good album