Recorded and produced by Johnny Goss at Dandelion Gold .
"Back in Denton, they sought to bridge the gap between the town's jazz and rock scenes. It'd be inaccurate to say that they're the first band to try and fuse these genres, but what Señor Fin does is find a remarkable middle ground between the two that feels natural, casual, and creates a malleable foundation for them to turn into whatever they want.
…Reality can be weird, scary, and mundane -- sometimes all at the same time. The way the band exhumes all of this into something so light and charming is a testament to their prowess as musicians and songwriters.”