A Place I'll Always Go (Vinyl) by Palehound - The sophomore album from Boston trio Palehound, A Place I'll Always Go, is a frank look at love and loss, cushioned by indelible hooks and gently propulsive, fuzzed-out rock. Ellen Kempner, Palehound's vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter explains, "A lot of it is about loss and learning how to let yourself evolve past the pain and the weird guilt that comes along with grief." - Part of what makes A Place I'll Always Go so striking is the way it channels feelings of anxiety - heart-racing moments both exhilarating and crushing - into songs that feel well-worn and comforting. - The hushed confessionals of "Carnations" and the fugue state described in the stripped-down "Feeling Fruit" are snapshots of moments marked by big, confusing feelings, but they're taken with compassion and honesty-two qualities that have defined Palehound's music from the beginning.
Track List: 1.1 Hunter's Gun 1.2 Carnations 1.3 Room 1.4 If You Met Her 1.5 Silver Toaster 2.1 Turning 21 2.2 Flowing Over 2.3 Backseat 2.4 Feeling Fruit 2.5 At Night I'm Alright with You