11 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their fourth album, the Seattle-based band’s sleek folk-rock glows brighter.

Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their fourth album, the Seattle-based band’s sleek folk-rock glows brighter.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
68 Ratings

68 Ratings

MTmusicFan ,

Fantastic album! (Fan from the beginning.)

IMHO this is their best album. I've been a fan from the beginning and I don't knock a band for being well produced. It seems rare these days to find an album that you can play from beginning to end and not want to skip bad tracks. This is one of those albums. I love it! And the beauty of it all is that I can enjoy "Down In The Valley" and "10,000 Weight in Gold" along with their new material.

Nsjohn130 ,

Lukewarm

Rarely have I loved such a stripped down group as THATH on their first two albums. Pure emotion. Pure music.

Then, Josiah left the band for personal reasons, the THATH went ahead with albums anyways. How much has he created? Well, it doesn’t seem like much. Maybe he was the glue of the music.

The record is good by industry (abysmal) standards. Well almost over produced. Great mix. But again, it’s pretty trite and what made us love THATH is now gone, for a second album in a row.

I don’t blame them or dislike them. I’m sure their songs will get radio, movie, or show play which will help make money and most musicians make chump change off songs, and only make money on tour, sadly.

I just wish they stuck to at most Let’s Be Still’s additions of instruments and sounds.

Where is the 10k Weight In Gold’s? Where is the Down In The Valley’s? Where is the Honey Come Home’s?

They aren’t here.

Bonerme ,

🤔☹️

Overproduced..... please go back to your roots ....

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