This album has some fantastic musicianship, clean production, and some very memorable songwriting. These songs are intricate, with the instrumentals entwining so smoothly that even the most complex of drum or guitar patterns never take away from the gentle tone of the songs. The band has two vocalists, though both utilize a soft delivery in-line with the somber instrumentals. There's really not much else to say here. This is an incredible record produced by some fantastic musicians who have crafted some fantastic songs. Fans of Joan of Arc, TWIABP, Modest Mouse and awesomeness take notes. On a side note, this album is available on their Bandcamp for a mere $1, if you've got a bit of change to spare and a lot of support to give. Enjoy.
1. Kneeplay 1: "Do you know jazz?"
3. A song about white supremacy
4. Kneeplay 2: "Lilac and Linwood."
5. Everything Matters!
6. Kneeplay 3: "This apple is really depressed."
7. The Act Of Falling
9. Kneeplay 4: "Don't date in your early twenties."
10. The upstairs and downstairs don't exist anymore
11. Kneeplay 5: "Forever Left-Eye."
12. Your Third Act
13. Kneeplay 6: "She didn't even like jazz."
1. You Need a Visa
2. The Baker
4. Variations on an Aria
5. Kneeplay 7: "Orchid Hunter"
6. Eulita Terrace
7. Kneeplay 8: "On rain and how it reminds me of Glass"
8. Josephine Ave
9. Hackensack Hospital
10. Kneeplay 9: "This apple is really depressed (Reprise)."