"Listening to elsewhere gives you the same sort of feeling you might get if you were in a train wreck and drugged on valium at the same time. You're dealing with some pretty heavy drama, but nevertheless your relaxed and apathetic toward the dilemma."
This album, available through a very limited release, chronicles the last involvement of visual artist turned ethereal guitar master, Matthew Armstrong, with elsewhere. The album was completed mere weeks before Armstrong split with the band. As such the band focused its efforts on laying down tracks that reflected the updated style brought to light by the addition of Chad Dorton on guitar.
Still this album twinkles with a distant and underexposed light and is perfect for daydreaming or falling in and out of love to.