2011 album from the Alt-Rock band led by singer/songwriter Isabel Monteiro. If you ask the internet the right question, you'll find that Drugstore have been, ahem, kind of a big deal in their time. They toured with Jeff Buckley, who liked them so much he took to covering their debut single Alive. Had anyone actually thought about it, Drugstore would have undoubtedly been branded Alt. Country. Isabel's smoky vocals and pitch-dark lyrical subject matter, coupled with her new band's minimalist, melancholic guitar and string arrangements, stick them firmly in the lovelorn, caustic company of Low, Dusty in Memphis and Leonard Cohen.