The new album from psych veterans The Luck of Eden Hall, Victoria Moon, fits in perfectly with blooming '90's nostalgia movement. I am getting a strong Matthew Sweet vibe, but that might just be me. Soaring guitar solos, fuzz and distortion, but what sets this album apart is the fantastic storytelling.
The imaginary through out creates a mythology that draws you in and transports you to another world. "Her names all mixed up in rhymes/She used to sing and dance in green /Now she slow motion screams." from "She's Your Anodyne". Through out the album you will tales of women told in an interesting and complex way.