Sep 17, 2018

This record should come with a case of Rhinelander shorties and a pallet to dismantle and burn. The northern territories’ purveyors of the finest region rock return with an LP that’s drenched in that beautiful bristled sound and executed with Eric Nelson-like precision. It’s a reflection of life lived and lessons learned. Just because people have been bad to you doesn’t mean you have to be bad to other people. Can someone help me figure out how to get this album to automatically load onto everyone’s iPhone with a scrolling text banner that reads “It’s okay to just be yourself!” in Mike Wilson’s handwriting? Anyone?! Either way, I’ll be playing this record, daydreaming about bonfires in Superior, Wisconsin, and cherishing the honest and genuine people who play this scrappy punk sound. –Daryl (Dirt Cult / Lost Cat)