More good stuff out of Canada, this time from Ottawa's The Acorn. It's often quiet, but a little Americana-ish and folksy. For fans of the Fleet Foxes, this is probably a safe bet.
"The record has some ethnomusicological underpinnings: While writing it, Klausener researched Honduran indigenous music, which has connections to the West African roots of many of its practicioners, but stopped short of replicating it outright, preferring to learn from its rhythmic pecularities and translate them to his own folk-collective worldview. "Crooked Legs" is easily the best example of the band's strengths; a melodic hodgepodge of brass, rumbling drums, intricately plucked guitars, and Klausener's plangent vocal melody do more than their parts to propel a charming, inspirational lyric."