Three songs of shapeshifting lo-fi, acoustic-based indie pop from Tennessee. White noise and dubby sounds blanket the songs that sometimes sound too slow, sometimes too fast. Once you get past the general mindfuck, some of this is quite catchy, especially “When I’m Dead.” Though not simpering and twee, this band would be at home on K Records in the ‘90s. Will someone please tell them that if they bring over the jug wine, I’ll provide the two-miles-under-the-earth’s-crust-molten-magma diggity dank nugs, and we can get hazy together?
–CT Terry (Boom Chick)