2015 release. Shimmering Minneapolis garage rock soaked in Chicago soul. Overdriven guitars and organ grind under Jonathan Tolliver's gospel warble, begging you to dance and confess your sins. A crushing Minnesota winter led to the most personal work of the band's career. Lyrically, the abandonment and impersonal sex that marked their debut LP have been replaced by tales of familial strife, fear of failure, and bleary-eyed love. Influenced by classic R&B, new wave and early '00s garage rock. Otis Redding in a jean jacket.