Drug For The Modern Age
On their sophomore album, Kopecky have shortened their name (they were previously Kopecky Family Band) but embrace a wider variety of topics to brush upon. Seemingly autobiographical, the band take on devastating events such as divorce, death and addiction and, like any good artist, parlay it into worthwhile expression. An innocuous album full of soothing harmonies and sweet vocals from both genders, there’s a timeless quality here that could be plucked out of ’70s soft-rock but fits nicely in today’s field of indie-pop tunefulness. Sophisticated in all avenues, there’s much beauty to be found here, and though it’s certainly nothing new it’s extremely well done. (Tom Haugen)
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