This weekends Goodie Bag should give you a case of the giggles and hopefully a couple dribbles of pee in your fresh undies. Cheers!
Track One – “Still”
Hmmm.. yess this is a nice start. A beautiful, harmonious beginning to this indie folk album
Track 2 – “The Woods”
Tastes like sugar and gumdrops. A quirky, poppy jam with subtle strings lurking in the background
Track 3 – “Drowning Elvis”
Feels like melodic raindrops splashing you in the face. A downtempo melancholy song about better days.
Track 4 – “Ava”
It’s like the one that got away, shit on your heart and thought it was fine. A blissful enchanting cry for a lost love and what went wrong.
Track 5 – “The Company we Keep”
Sounds like you are ready for a night on the town, with the world on your shoulders. An epiphany of growing up and being on your own.
Track – 6 “Blow the House Down”
It’s gonna take more then just one puff from that wolf to blow this one down. Kick drum, fat bass lines, and a catchy chorus.
Track 7 – “Only Echoes”
That song you put on before you dim the lights, fire up some candles, and run to the bathroom to fart. A finger pickin’ confession of lust with a profound breakdown.
Track 8 – “When Fortune Come”
A song about that one friend, who after college got thick rimmed glasses and a boring girlfriend. A somber song about lost friends and burning bridges.
Track 9 – “My Love”
A song for those that have been in a “relationshit.” Strings tug on a heartache, that can’t be shaken.
Track 10 – “Terrible Things”
A song, that even after a couple plays, keeps you wondering. Kooky little tune about mischief with a poppy harmony.
Track 11 – “The Ancestor”
Makes you feel as if you are flying on a cloud with a fine scotch. An uplifting, intertwining story of death and new beginnings.
Track 12 – “Sweet and Low”
A fiery ender that roars and echoes from here to eternity. An exquisite and profound ender with hints of electronic tones and distortion.