Monday, August 06, 2007

If It Ain't (Heart)Broke, Don't Fix It

Tim Kasher's (side)project, The Good Life, are set to release a new, and eagerly awaited by fff, album in September. Two tracks off the forthcoming album, entitled Help Wanted Nights, appeared on the Saddlecreek website and pretty much pick up where Album Of The Year left off.
Heartbroke, first single off the album, is a sprightly little number, clocking in at under two minutes but contains as much melancholy and drama as any of Kasher's work to date and You Don't Feel Like Home To Me is a slowburner of a song, until Kasher's vocals turn it up a notch and its expansive chords get struck to full measure near the end.
The whole album was meant as a soundtrack to a screenplay Tim was writing at the time and can be pre-order from the Saddle Creek website.

The Good Life - Heartbroke
The Good Life - You Don't Feel Like Home To Me


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