This was a very impressive album when it turned up as a Nerd Show promo back in 2012 and I played it a lot on the radio. It had a different sound that was a bit more quirky but in a very thick and chunky way. A few very good singles but a pretty solid album, on a full listen. This copy I picked up on what is my best music night ever outside of SXSW, when FaltyDL opened for James Blake at The Depot in SLC, after which I saw Bonobo at Urban Lounge, on my birthday.
Side A is two impressive tracks to open the album, but She Sleeps just has the most lush and vibrant feel on the album and it was an easy pick this time around. It’s what I needed this evening.