Shoulder a burden, will you

Armstrong Circle

Sometimes, in everyday life, you just want to unfurl a quick little defiant tune. Like, at the office when a colleague asks you about the printer, you might want to sing them a brief jeremiad about the toner running low. Or when you’re trying to cross the street and a driver gets ever so close to slaying you—that would be an opportune moment for a trenchant song of protest. High Notes is like this. It is sharp and quotidian. It has a barbed guitar. It has a breezy (but somehow also impassioned) voice. It is there, and it is pretty.

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