Having received waves of acclaim from Pitchfork and various other blogs this past year, New Jersey based four-piece Big Troubles remain something of an unknown quantity outside the cooler confines of the US underground scene. Last year's debut long player 'Worry' set the cat among the pigeons. Initially released on tiny New York independent Olde English Spelling Bee, previously responsible for early releases by the likes of Ducktails and Portland Bike Ensemble, 'Worry' helped spread Big Troubles name to a wider audience via word of mouth, culminating in highly regarded Brooklyn imprint Slumberland taking them on board for the follow-up, hence the slightly raised profile that accompanies this release.
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