If there's a code for frontal-lobe permeating infectious melodies under the guise of indie pop/rock, Pete Yorn has cracked it.
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Eternal rabble-rouser Eddie Spaghetti and Co. return with another helping of shit-kicker power country in the vein of 1997’s Must’ve