You think you’re getting a regular R&B-tinged pop record but, oh no, my friend. You’re getting a lot more than that.
Grab your headphones and say “Hello” to your new end-of-summer soundtrack: Weathers just served up Pillows & Therapy and you’ll want to give it a listen.
The vinyl releases for these are just gorgeous and already occupy a prime spot as a jewel of my collection.
Liquid Crystal is a five-song EP clocking in at just over half an hour but it feels longer in the best possible way.
There were moments listening to this album that I was sure I was hearing the future, and there were moments where I was just as sure that the mid-70s lineup of Canadian prog gods Rush had somehow travelled forward in time and possessed the bodies of younger men to make some of these songs.