Chords to Live By
Staking claim to the shaggy charm of indie rock - back when it was called 'college rock' and wasn't overwhelmed by sensitive snivelers - 'Chords To Live By' delivers the same chunky riffs and power-pop hooks reminiscent of Superchunk and a meaner Cheap Trick. B&E's sound is heavier, dirtier and grittier than these roots, but you still get songs about cars and girls - as well as large birds, Burmese countries and the way hitting four perfect chords feels like nothing else in the world. Crafted to be heard with the windows down and the stereo up, 'Chords To Live By' will have you humming the riffs and melodies over n' over again. Put it in your CD player already!