Put simply: This is the Jordan O’Jordan masterpiece we have all been waiting for. His remarkable power of appealing to most everybody is at it’s full glory here--big layers of vocal harmonies mix with stripped down banjo songs, reinterpretations of Appalachian folk tales, snaps, foot stomps, drum machine barber shop numbers, and even a hazed out shoegaze song in the form of a traditional (?!).
Its 14 songs cover a lot of ground, while seeming to create a curious weave, a yarn that will keep you coming back. The album is also hand-sewn by the man himself and comes with two perforated postcards.Jordan O' Jordan- Lever, Leave Here