Digging: The House of Usher - Stars Fall Down
But, yeah, the song is nice.
woah this guy has 4 albums on here and there all rated 4, cool.
I've never listened to Iron & Wine.
Should I? Where should I start?
You don't have to do anything you don't want to, but, if you're interested, I'd start with Our Endless Numbered Days if I was a first time listener.
another bland, repetitive song from the new album. sam beam sounds tired.
Sam Beam is still an awesome musician though.
haven't listened yet, but his other new songs were hardly bland
somebody tell me if this is worth it
to my knowledge there's only been one other new track, and it was the same melody over the same backing vocals and
chord progression for the whole song. his vocals sound oddly strained in his new material too.
feels like a really safe song, thoroughly lacks the charm of his first two albums or the inventiveness of anything off the shepherds dog but it's still ok for what it is. i don't dislike it.
Digging: Real Estate - Atlas
Yea, I'm not sure how you can go from the brilliance of 'Boy With a Coin' to radio folk.
Iron & Wine never disappoints.
This is awesome, as ever.
stufff kiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinda sucks
excited for the new album. Just realized how awesome Shepherd's Dog was the other day.
This will likely be the first Iron and Wine album I don't like... I love the stripped down live version of this he has been playing but this version is terrible. The single he released before this was terrible too.
I'm reeeeeeeeeeally hoping the studio version of Glad Man Singing isn't shit.
Brilliant song. Brilliant, brilliant.
maybe this song will be in the next twilight movie...