Release Date: Jun 28, 2019
Record label: Domino
Consistent with the soul-influenced presentation that has characterised the duo's output to date, this follow-up to second album Pennied Days sees the additional production talent of Spoon's Jim Eno enlisted, lending a sleeker quality to the laid-back, untrammelled range of their material. Revisiting the nostalgia-bathed exuberance of their debut Colored Emotions, this third album revels in a sepia-tinged ambience, a score to halcyon Midwestern summer nights, proving both vibrant and ruminative in character. In this sense, an overriding warmth immerses Can You Really Find Me, displaying a cohesion and strength that surpasses the excess underpinning the band's preceding two releases.