To drop the this into music's current framework, the album (the band's one and only to date, if you recall) remains Sub Pop's second-highest grossing album in their 26-year history, only eclipsed by Nirvana's Bleach, but it still sold about 100,000 fewer albums in its nine-plus years of existence than Taylor Swift's Red sold in just a week.
Even still, we were so onto something when we ran up and down our dorm's halls sophomore year claiming that vaguely danceable pining was the biggest thing to happen to independent music since the 90s version of, well, vaguely danceable pining. We long last have vindication, for which we are owed a video. The one with Jenny Lewis:
[via The Stranger]
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