Bet you never thought folk rock could take it this far. A ten minute song?! We have that. Plus the returns of an Elephant 6 champion and Godflesh. Reunions work!
"'I don't suffer fools gladly,' Al Spx threatens sweetly, the sturdiest structure in a weird forest of light-catching guitar and gentle horns. But she delivers on her words following a mid-song dropout, in a crash of 1000 ride cymbals and waves of haunted distortion."
"It's trench warfare, with programmed drums the targeted precision strikes and layers of sludgy metal loops that stick in your ears like napalm."
"...touched with a lingering sense of doom that pours into the negative space between the jangly death dreams of the song's disparate sections."
"Smatterings of Wilco and Sufjan Stevens are the threads in ten and half minutes of noise, whether it's a collection of sleigh bells urging you to "Just keep on walking," dappled tropics, or Beach Boy harmonies amid a Kinks jam session."