I wrote about Cinders a couples months ago after the release of their single “Growing Up.” Now that their new third album No One’s Home has been out for a month and I’ve had time to properly digest it, I feel like it’s time for a full review. I'm kind of like a cow. I need to chew on a piece of music a lot, digest it a bit, regurgitate, and then chew on it some more. Much of this review will echo similar sentiments as my review of “Growing Up” not only because I’m a lazy piece of shit that likes to recycle my own material but also because this album is a master class of carrying the same feel and tone from beginning to end without feeling like all of the songs are the same.
I am going on a road trip starting Thursday. I need a break from my day job, from life, etc. I’m seriously considering quitting my job and moving to Costa Rica. I’ll still try to maintain the blog but not really sure you’re going to enjoy the local spotlights nearly as much. Anyway, here are 5 essentials for making a dope road trip playlist: