Missouri’s Foundry Field Recordings sound quite a bit like Grandaddy did back when everyone started paying attention to them. There’s the same imagery of a lost future and the same tech-heavy buzzing and whistling, but the songs on Prompts/Miscues are of a more hopeful breed, slipping out of the confused and dark corners with uplifting harmonies and bouncier beats. Not every song on the Missouri band’s debut will have you going back for more, but the moments that really mesh, especially ‘Battle Brigades Pt. I & Pt. II’, fuse together the detached beauty of Neutral Milk Hotel’s weirdness, and add to them a straight ahead acoustic sensibility. It’s always exciting when musicians from a town that isn’t known for its scene come out of nowhere with a bunch of songs that would make the “Next Big Thing” blush with inadequacy. Consider Foundry Field Recordings a much-needed antidote to all the bands out their playing to a full room at their first show. Its refreshing.