meet the head and heart.
the one band that consistently makes me jump up and down and then cry. (this is a good thing)
i fell in love with this group back in seattle (where they got their start coincidentally). their lyrics resonate and tug at the heartstrings of any homesick transplant, and their harmony and sincerity make this album feel like reading the old letters of pen pals, true friends, and imperfect families. yep, this song still brings a tear to my eye (again, in a good way)
easy on the eyes and especially on the ears. resolve to buy this album if you haven’t already. you won’t regret it. and if you do, give it to me. i could use another copy.