Fully Digested #3: Moose Blood, ‘I’ll Keep You In Mind, From Time To Time’
It’s been a little over two months since I published my initial review of Moose Blood’s debut album ‘I’ll Keep You In Mind, From Time to Time.’ Praises were sung left and right, and I somehow managed to talk about Taylor Swift early on in the review. I know for a fact that I said this record would be in my top five, and so here we are. That being said, two months isn’t a very long time to spend with a record. For that reason, this is going to end up being the shortest of the re-visits we’ve been trying to do every Thursday (aside from this one, Happy Belated Thanksgiving by the way).
I stand by the fact that record was an essential fall listen, and I mourn for you if you missed out on the opportunity to listen to this record in its peak conditions. There is still time for all of you, however. I know early December is upon us, and some of us have already been bombarded by snow, but this record still works in early winter. We aren’t yet in the part of winter where tastes generally shift into introspective, dark, and brooding music. You can still get away with listening to what is easily one of the warmest and most sincere efforts that modern alternative music has seen in years.
Nothing has changed for me with this record, as it still sits comfortably in my number three slot. I can still listen to this album from start to finish and manage to be in awe of just what a great record this is. If you’re interested in reading more about what makes this record so incredible, you can check out my initial review right here.
Please listen to this record: