On the full-length follow-up to his critically acclaimed "The Baby And The Satellite" EP, Hinson offers a substantiated account of misery and triumph, evoking translucent memories and physical struggle. During an ironically twisted period of heavy medication and pain brought on by recent back surgery, this release is the product of rallying above physical torment, facing proverbial closeted skeletons, and discovering eventual resolution through the power of euphoric connection. A veritable reminder that progress through pain can be intimate, heartfelt, and epically necessary. For fans of Iron & Wine, Sufjan Stevens, Silver Jews, Smog.
"Sophisticated and sublime folk" -- Mojo
"Up there with Bob Dylan" -- London Times