Their fifth full-length album! In a similar vein to their recent (Consider It) A Debt Repaid single, Volume 27 presents twelve new songs meshing 60's-style garage with jangly folk-punk that timelessly reflect upon the ho-hum world we all face without sounding cliched and trivial.
Mastered by Crypt Records head honcho Tim Warren, and with liner notes from Ugly Things Magazine guru Mike Stax, the new album comes pressed on 150 gram vinyl, and housed in nice 60's-style tip-on jackets with lyrics printed inner sleeves along with a digital download code to boot.
Forever questioning why, so continues the quest for The Higher State! On Volume 27, they deliver what may be their strongest, most cohesive statement to date: fuzz, Farfisa, snot, snarl, reverb and harmony combine on twelve incisive broadsides against insincerity and mediocrity.
The album plays like a treasured compilation of mysterious 60's obscuritites, all killer, no filler - Mike Stax, Ugly Things Magazine
These guys can do no wrong as far as I'm concerned. - Nathan Ford, The Active Listener
|A1||Long Someways To Go||2:28|
|A2||The Worst Of Their Treason||2:03|
|A3||When We Say||2:22|
|A4||I Suppose You Like That Now?||3:00|
|A5||Forest Through The Trees||2:16|
|A6||Pretending I'm Dead||2:28|
|B1||Break The News||2:03|
|B2||Reason For Today||2:32|
|B3||Killing Me Inside||2:22|
|B4||Tomorrow You'll Find Today||2:14|
|B5||Never Be That Man||2:08|
|B6||Smoke And Mirrors||2:46|