Wednesday, June 13, 2012
"The House That Heaven Built", for example, is about a complex relationship with an old girlfriend that he's responsible for botching. With the pure emotion emanating vocally, it's easy to deduct that he's still in love with her, but he has no choice but to let her go. It's not an easy story to tell in four minutes, but Japandroids accomplish this feat with gusto, achieving much of the narrative with an implied inflection in their voice. It may not be for everyone, like those that are punk averse, but it's a must listen for anyone else, especially people who like a good study on awesome guitar work. So don't wait, throw it on and get ready to party.
The Nights of Wine and Roses