It was easy to get addicted to Hospitality‘s self-titled quirky 2012 debut, a pop feast for the ears. And now, the NYC band’s charm and wit took a turn toward a slightly darker side with another winner, Trouble. There’s a distinctive shift toward a darker frame of mind, both musically and lyrically. More specifically, it’s a venture into the vast expanse of the unknown, the great unease or discomfort one experiences when staring into the abyss, or headed round the corner to be greeted by who-knows-what. It’s a beautiful combination of grit and understatement.
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