For Fans Of: Willie Nelson, Okkervil River, Built to Spill, Centro-matic, Donahue-era Flaming Lips, etc.Equal parts Texas-style indie rock and New England wintercore. The often cited comparison of Willie Nelson meets The Pixies is apt — Hartley ś southern croon recalls the legendary Texan's heartfelt delivery, and the 4 piece rock band's sound ranges from spare, solemn songs that bring to mind The Red House Painters, early Low, and of course, the Red Headed Stranger, to the cacophonous noise of Sister-era Sonic Youth or classic Crazy Horse. Hope you ŕ e good is Dead End Armory at their finest, showcasing a mature and casual feel in both their songwriting and performances. Hope you're good was recorded in artist Anna Hepler's studio. Most of the reverb on the album, including all vocals, was recorded in a cavernous brick room adjacent to the studio, known as "the map room" because it once served as a meeting place for draftsman at the Bath Iron Works factory and nautically-minded clients.
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