Thursday, February 9, 2012

Oh Look, Lee Ranaldo's Better Than All the Youngs at the Brooklyn Indie Rock Video Aesthetic Too

Posted By on Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 10:18 AM

This song just keeps getting better for me, the lines "Watch me as a I fall, then scrape me off the wall and take me home/See me as I am, just half a man" reminding me of a time not so long ago when my life's relative lack responsibilities allowed me the freedom, if you want to call it that, to be at best half a man. I also continue to be entertained by how handily Mr. Ranaldo is beating the kids at their own game, first with the sort of fuzzed-out indie pop they all like so much these days, and now with a hazy video with cut up footage of, like, trees and the sun. Boy, am I ever excited about his full-length, due our on March 20th.

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