Editors' Notes The Philly indie rockers take to the heartland with the underdog triumph of Bruce Springsteen and the world-weary beauty of Neil Young, dousing it all in rich reverb and ambient drones. On their 2008 debut, the band fused Dylan-esque Americana ("Arms Like Boulders") with swirling shoegaze. Then Kurt Vile left for a solo career, and Adam Granduciel took his songwriting inward, revving it up with Krautrock-like rhythms ("Baby Missiles"). By 2014's Lost in the Dream, he'd realize that title with hazy, lazy rock reveries that drift along hypnotic waves of vintage synths ("Under the Pressure").

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