Prepare yourselves for a wave of political pop.
'Love' is delicately suffused with nostalgia and sweeter, more tender emotions.
The six songs traverse unique soundscapes, some instrumental and some brightly painted with Angelakos’s beautiful falsetto.
There was a type of refreshing freedom and adolescence that came with it.
This album is about a man telling his side of heartbreak — whether or not each track is Grammy-worthy is almost irrelevant.
These aren’t inspiring narratives of romantic Midwest heroism, but songs of self-doubt and earnest reflection.
Let this be a lesson: Art is not immune from politics.
It’s probably safe to trust James when he says to expect “a packed house, a monstrously powerful set from Post Animal and then a barn burner hosted by ya boys.”
It is easy to see how this dancing would appeal to people at a time when a film like 'La La Land' is so popular.
The video mimics something like a 1980s children's TV variety show: the type one might see on "Sesame Street" or any other PBS program.