Generationals

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The two men behind the creation of Generationals - Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer - do not know what they did, they could not possibly have that kind of clairvoyance to perceive that one of the songs they wrote had to get and they will have for many years before the song is up in question - "When they fight, the Fight" - is a hit record like that summers cream of the spouse of that makes everyone go a bit woozy and a banana much it is sunlight accentuated It is a pulsing slow drip of Motown bass and slinky guitar melded with very sing-a-long moments and the most perfect set of pop lyrics about fighting and what appears to be unconditional love through thick and thin But 'Con Law' debut full-length from New Orleans-based band does not stop there, it is a recordwhich is solid from front to rear offering songs that are intended for floating afternoons intended for walking crawfish boil long and enjoyable conversation with my friends endless hugs water melons are sliced into pieces as thick as four plates and no hint of a sunset Joyner and Widmer was previously in the band The Eames Era, which took its name from the furniture designed by Charles and Ray Eames famous for its elegant and simply beautiful formations, they have expanded these principles and the simplicity of their current musical variety pack Generationals songs with enough teeth and muscles so that they never would have heard as too simplistic, but give them all touch avsmidig flight, it is a trick that Carl Newman and Stuart Murdoch is brilliant when they make music for the New Pornographers / AC Newman and Belle & Sebastian and it comes off as soft-serve with just the right degree of irritability of sexiness prohibited and enticement With "Con Law" takes us into a world which on the surface seems be very similar to one that is coveted and longed for with every ounce of fiber, which most people are home feeling lingering there - the young probably beyond their college years to redeem a spouse and living it all seems so easy at the beginning and then one by one some of the complications seep in and there is water in the basement, it does not atthistorien is heading for extinction just that it is a little water in the basement and it contributes to the document in a black sort of thickening onlycontributes to the sunnier parts, it is not a Revolutionary Road, but one that realistically is challenging, where the fighting may have been peaceful conclusions regardless of how many there are and where the hauntings of a life that is composed of an area of homes that have lawns green painted not grown green is really not so negative gravity and will solely from the perspective that Generationals give to the bigger picture is that we all can just come down with it we can crack them open the beer we can fire up the grill, we can fight and scratch and scramble moan and bicker loves increasingly good about what's going to be proud essence of what will be written in our obituaries one day - loving wife, beloved father to a son of old stuffed toy, it is how everythingon "Con Law" makes one's body feels as if all the dramas and difficulties that arise - while not all that flattering or wanted to - is habitable and can be seen for what they are precisely the small things

Words by Sean Moeller

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