Post Tagged with: "AsOfLate – Widows & Orphans review"
Touting itself as a band that “records music to change lives,” AsOfLate has a lofty ideal to live up. While their alternative rock debut “Widows & Orphans” isn’t a bad record, it’s certainly not an album that has changed my life. On the whole, the album is…fine. It’s fairly generic indie rock—not overly offensive but also not creating anything new, anything exciting. The set of ten songs largely remains within a small range of melancholy, none standing out fully as [...]