Problem nicely captures the band's progression from a shambling folk ensemble to one that lets its frayed edges show without letting its songs unravel. Musical flaws have always been part of Bad Folk's charm, mainly because most of the band learned their instruments on the job. However, Problem's stylistic range shows how the group has coalesced over the past few years.Read the rest here. Listen to an MP3 below; click here to find directions on where to find the album.
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