It's important to embrace this kind of wash-out days. The grass is greener...
Keeping us afloat during today's rainstorms is Milo Greene, an L.A.-based group who came out with their second album last year. The first one was so, so good, and the second is lackluster. I saw them in concert a few months ago and they were, frankly, pretty bad. But they hardly played any of the old stuff so I can still hold onto that as sacred. Here's a track from that 2012 self-titled record - it's "1957."
"You act like you don't know me
My god, you tempt my anxious mind"
It's such an angry line. It's a musician's temper: if you piss off a musician, they'll write a song about you. And that's not what you want, usually.
It's cutting, it's direct but still subtle, and it's just ferocious.