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You & Me by The Walkmen

Album

You & Me

The Walkmen

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Album

You & Me

The Walkmen

Play on Napster
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Label: Fat Possum Records
On the fourth album from NYC's most dedicated vintage instrumentalists (dig those organs!), the songs emerge from a closed-door muffle, unfurl into snappy choruses with the unpolished clatter of 4-track recordings, and then return to soft-focus sleepiness just as abruptly. Neither indie rock nor retro Americana, the Walkmen mark a cross between Rain Dogs-era Tom Waits and early Palace Brothers (think "Stable Will") -- a version of the Strapping Fieldhands you can play on the radio. The ascending organ line from "In the New Year" needs to be in the next Wes Anderson film.

About This Album

On the fourth album from NYC's most dedicated vintage instrumentalists (dig those organs!), the songs emerge from a closed-door muffle, unfurl into snappy choruses with the unpolished clatter of 4-track recordings, and then return to soft-focus sleepiness just as abruptly. Neither indie rock nor retro Americana, the Walkmen mark a cross between Rain Dogs-era Tom Waits and early Palace Brothers (think "Stable Will") -- a version of the Strapping Fieldhands you can play on the radio. The ascending organ line from "In the New Year" needs to be in the next Wes Anderson film.

Songs

About This Album

On the fourth album from NYC's most dedicated vintage instrumentalists (dig those organs!), the songs emerge from a closed-door muffle, unfurl into snappy choruses with the unpolished clatter of 4-track recordings, and then return to soft-focus sleepiness just as abruptly. Neither indie rock nor retro Americana, the Walkmen mark a cross between Rain Dogs-era Tom Waits and early Palace Brothers (think "Stable Will") -- a version of the Strapping Fieldhands you can play on the radio. The ascending organ line from "In the New Year" needs to be in the next Wes Anderson film.