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Our House on the Hill by The Babies

Album

Our House on the Hill

The Babies

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Album

Our House on the Hill

The Babies

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Label: Woodsist
Brooklynites Kevin Morby (of Woods) and Cassie Ramone (of Vivian Girls) return with their sophomore album as The Babies. And, yes, these Babies do whine a little: "There's no job to pay the rent/ And there's no love to make it better," they open with; "You're mean mean mean, and it hurts my feelings," Morby ekes out with a Dylan-like lilt on the folky "Mean." But we forgive them, not only because we can relate to such sentiments, but mostly because they relay them through such infectious garage rock that surfs and jangles and even gets a little bit country, especially toward the end.

About This Album

Brooklynites Kevin Morby (of Woods) and Cassie Ramone (of Vivian Girls) return with their sophomore album as The Babies. And, yes, these Babies do whine a little: "There's no job to pay the rent/ And there's no love to make it better," they open with; "You're mean mean mean, and it hurts my feelings," Morby ekes out with a Dylan-like lilt on the folky "Mean." But we forgive them, not only because we can relate to such sentiments, but mostly because they relay them through such infectious garage rock that surfs and jangles and even gets a little bit country, especially toward the end.

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About This Album

Brooklynites Kevin Morby (of Woods) and Cassie Ramone (of Vivian Girls) return with their sophomore album as The Babies. And, yes, these Babies do whine a little: "There's no job to pay the rent/ And there's no love to make it better," they open with; "You're mean mean mean, and it hurts my feelings," Morby ekes out with a Dylan-like lilt on the folky "Mean." But we forgive them, not only because we can relate to such sentiments, but mostly because they relay them through such infectious garage rock that surfs and jangles and even gets a little bit country, especially toward the end.