Thee Moths / Sand in Our Pockets
Album: Sand in Our Pockets   Collection:General
Artist:Thee Moths   Added:Feb 2005
Label:Total Gaylord Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2005-03-27 Pull Date: 2005-05-29
Week Ending: Apr 24 Apr 10 Apr 3
Airplays: 1 1 1

Recent Airplay
1. Apr 20, 2005: Strange Attractor
Stereo Breath
3. Apr 01, 2005: Distraction-Limited
Stereo Breath
2. Apr 03, 2005: Strange Attractor
Stereo Breath

Album Review
Reviewed 2005-03-09
Coed duo offer up a collection of 4 track songs. Vocals sound stitched together, and the male has an accent that I think I've heard before in
bands from Glasgow. Maybe. The songs are pretty enough--­tinged with sadness, but you kind of have to strain to hear the lyrics over loud drums. In any case the lyrics aren't as poignant as the label's promo claims. Pleasant but transient. FCC Clean.

1. [2:26] Heavy simple drum beat competes with vocals. Some layered vocals. Strummy guitar.
**2. [2:21] Cymbal and drum beat pattern. Bits of recording crackling actually work will with that pattern. Layered male vox. Reminds me a little
of something on Yo La Tengo’s "And then nothing..."
3. [2:51] Singer's complete each others' lines--nice effect. Female voice sounds younger here-­like a little girl imitation.
4. [1:27] Mostly female vocals. A ghostly quality to this. Some string arrangements.

Track Listing
1. Universe Prayer   3. The Stream
2. Stereo Breath   4. Air Pressure