The realness embedded within the lyrics adds to the genuine, indie feel of the whole thing. It’s music to believe in, to relate to, to turn up loud & enjoy.
I’m not afraid to voice my opinions on politics, religion or sex. I believe nationalism to be one of the biggest barriers to a peaceful planet.
There’s all but a feature length film to fill you with thoughts & self reflection. The energy is superb & maximises the strength of the song brilliantly.
Danny Baxley offers a fresh, creative take on music & artistic expression. To turn it up loud, enjoy & escape to; Ithaca has its own voice & energy.
James Keen’s vocals are always up there as a personal favourite. Ran For Cover showcases those unique & hypnotic characteristics in an almighty manner.
The grit & the realness is beautiful, the effect of the songs is multiplied due to these performances & this inherent, undeniable passion.
It makes you crave a live show – the instrumental flickers & the feeling expressed throughout would likely reach even higher plains in a real time setting.
The beauty of their creativity & poetic lyricism is explored in a number of different ways throughout the album. One of the most interesting collections of the year.