Brandtson Trying To Figure Each Other Out
Brandtson is like a bullet...when they're dead on, their combination of chiming guitars and dual vocals are show stoppers with your heart and soul. Trying To Figure Each Other Out is a triumph of a short player, filled with songs that have immediate appeal but enough complexity for the long haul. The introspective, revealing lyrics leave you with plenty to ponder as crushing guitars lay down fierce, power ballad riffs. Brandtson has taken what they know best, finessed it, tightened it up, and locked it down with astounding results. The harmonized vocal rounds are absolutely infectious, bringing you up and down in a swirl of emotion. This remarkable set of six songs is simply sterling, and the pristine Ed Rose production quality is second to none. The band far surpassed anyone's expectations with Trying...and then some. Brandtson can do no wrong. The Y2K album from Cleveland emo quartet Brandtson gets its first pressing and cassette issue since its original release. Features restored, and expanded artwork with a 12x12 photo insert. Produced by Ed Rose and remastered by Adam Boose.