Some Of Us Are In This Together is one of my favorite album titles of 2011 — for nostalgic, depleted, pragmatic, hopeful, cynical, romantic, and otherwise reasons. Sonically, Triumph Of Lethargy Skinned Alive To Death’s sludgy, slow-mo, pained, elegiac, cathartic sixth proper LP isn’t too shabby either. As mentioned when we posted “Dirty Street,” it’s a bit like the Pacific Northwest back-patch punk take on Harvey Milk’s A Small Turn of Human Kindness. (Or, say, if Unwound decided to go glacial.) Take a listen to the noisy, raw “Let’s Leave The Elephant In The Room” homily if you need to shake the cobwebs this afternoon.
- Triumph Of Lethargy Skinned Alive To Death – “Let’s Leave The Elephant In The Room”Download
Some Of Us Are In This Together is out via Don’t Stop Believin’. Catch them live, often with the Cave Singers.
03/10 – San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall #
03/11 – Big Sur, CA @ Fernwood #
03/12 – Visalia, CA @ Cellar Door #
03/14 – San Diego, CA @ Casbah #
03/15 – Los Angeles, CA @ the Smell
03/16 – San Francisco, CA @ the Hemlock
# w/ Cave Singers