LABEL: Words On Music
01. Fish Fourteen
Feed Like Fishes is Should's first full-length record — an album of
noisy, sedate, and minimal pop songs. Falling somewhere between shoegazer,
slowcore, and postrock, Feed Like Fishes is a wonderfully complicated record
that echoes the sounds of Yo La Tengo, Slowdive, Bedhead, and Galaxie 500.
The album also includes Should's take on The Wedding Present song "Spangle." Originally called shiFt, Should changed their name to
avoid convusion with another band of the same name. The band's slow pop is
infused with some killer fuzzy guitar work and nice laid back vocals. The reflective
is a refreshing change of pace from many of today's samey sounding bands. This
doesn't really sound like your average soft pop, slowcore, or light rock music.
Instead, Should have their own curiously inviting sound.
Influences / Similar Artists:
Yo La Tengo, Slowdive, Bedhead, Galaxie 500