Album on Rotation Today—Meet Me at the Muster Station by PS I Love You

Pitchfork:

Muster Station is rife with similarly thrilling displays of the frantic and the ecstatic: the sustained, skyward surge of Butterflies & Boners” proves every bit as glorious as its title, while Breadends”– inspired by a friend’s revelation that he used to rob banks– sees Saulnier reveling in the vicarious thrill of shouting, gimme all your fucking money!” It’s apt that this declaration of criminal fantasy is one of the album’s few easily discernible lyrics.

Another new one for me. Nice and dirty.


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