Buy now from:
fifth album from this psyche-pop troupe following two previous releases on unsound and an album released on dan deacons label, lamb city. the band have also just finished a massive us tour with dead ocean. alone to themselves, bird names has been singing a strange sweet song for four years. the song tells about the horror and wonder of truth in an acid-scrambled brogue pieced together from old pop and country music. in their singing they celebrate the honesty of the grotesque, the spirituality of ambiguity, the joy of singing. the band produced the album themselves (as they have most bird names albums), engaging their 1/2" tape studio with the amateur's imagination, inspiration and crudity. 'sings the browns' is folk in its frankness, privacy, melancholy; psychedelic in its conjuring the displacement of drug experience; pop in its melody, stickiness, demand of obsessive listening. on upset the rhythm.
description from www.roughtrade.com