Sep 12, 2012
The Daily Trojan, University of Southern California’s student newspaper, has posted a great review of the new album, saying:
“The songs in Bright Black Heaven focus on dark topics — betrayal, envy, voyeurism and isolation among them — but the album never wallows in that darkness. As with the hinting softness in “Cold War,” there’s an air of elegance to each track. Though Bright Black Heaven is a meditation on hedonism, it more so explores the lies and secrets hidden by it.”
Check it out here!