Recommended if you like single pieces of unanticipated toast given to you at breakfast. Or if you like someone putting their blanketed feet in your lap. Or domestic collaboration of any variety: manual dishwashing, mattress flipping, exquisite caulking, or day-long sessions of wall painting.
So “Dishes in the Sink” is a river of fuzz, a casually great song by a neighborhood band. And “You’re Welcome” is something else–Katie Crutchfield (Waxahatchee) and a piano. Her voice, which is like seven voices in one–it has facets, sounds rougher than on Cerulean Salt, a little more in the air here. The whole Great Thunder album is like this, with surprising minute-long gems, varying moods, behind-the-scenes peeks, all homemade.