But of course the album does not always hit on all cylinders, the kind dragging vibe of “Hail Hail” runs along a bit too long and makes the song drown in it’s own chant rhythm. The voice of singer Jaime St James is fair but nothing spectacular and the writing won’t blow anybody out of the water.
Meeting people that enjoy the music that means so much personally to US, that’s always a very rewarding thing. Those are some of the highs. I’ve seen a lot of lows, but I’d rather not even think about those times and instead recognize the highs and how fortunate I am to experience those moments.