Sean Moeller of Daytrotter writes:
Dr. Dog, even now, 11 years into the Philadelphia band's existence, is still passionately looking for retrospection to provide the clarity that we're all doomed to find clothed in the murkiness that will continually force us, bewildered, to keep trying and struggling forth. The themes that the five friends started getting their hands messy with on their debut album "Toothbrush," have been defined, redefined, solidified and no where near exhausted as Scott McMicken, Toby Leaman, Zach Miller, Eric Slick and Frank McElroy have drawn from complicated life, new life that only ever goes part of the way in explaining anything - often confusing it all at the same time. It's as if the chase is always on, in a Dr. Dog song, to find wisdom in the past, while always coming to the conclusion that everything they've learned about death, love, moving on, coming back, pain and joy is and will be inconclusive.
To read more and stream the tracks, click here!