This comical, Canadian, and insightful split e.p. expresses some of my 2020 feelings better than I have been able to myself. The Burning Hell, reflects on the joys of sharing a drink at a bar, and the irony of the term, “social distancing.” This is a friendly reminder that yes you might want to drink at a bar, but you gotta wait. The Burning Hell reflects that “In fact, packed like sardines is the stuff of my dream. People and Music, that’s all that I need.” Johnson offers a comical tale of drinking in a bar with aliens and a song about “living like a king, supreme self-quarantine.” Highly recommend For fans of anti-folk and folk punk who are looking for a humorous take on 202.
By: Tim Bauer