The Good Life

The Good Life

You know those albums where each song has that one part – the part that you wait for, the part that’s good enough to make you listen to the same song repeatedly for an hour and a half while you’re laid out catatonic on the floor or singing along in your car when you’re already 20 minutes late for work? This is one of those.

The Good Life started out as a means for Tim Kasher to use a songwriting approach that differed from his other projects (namely, Cursive), but it didn’t take long for the solo project to become a band, and for that band... more