There Is No Enemy

There Is No Enemy

In fine Built to Spill form, There Is No Enemy explodes off the bat with loose, hooky, and loud guitar, with “Aisle 13” unhinging Doug Martsch from the get-go. “Hindsight” shows off their well-honed hazy side with a near-folky rock ‘n’ roll vibe that switches deftly from sweet and bouncy to heavy melancholy. “Pat” picks up some punk-rock ferociousness in the middle, while the dark restlessness of “Things Fall Apart” builds to a wild, psychedelic instrumental that’s fantastically heavy on trumpet.

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