Friendship review “Love of the Stranger”

Dan Riggins has one of those voices. It makes the mundane enjoyable. For a decade, his friendship position has been front and center, singing about the little things: episodes of TV feeling inspired and prolonged silence during conversation, coming out of a concert and feeling an almost imperceptible transformation inside of you. His voice is conversational, sad, observant, sometimes sarcastic, but always researching and honest. It is wrapped in exciting music with depth and skill. On his band’s latest album, I love the strangerWriggins continues his mission to capture depth in each day: “I was supposed to write what I was feeling right now,” he sings in his opening piece. “Thinking, ‘Oh man, you better understand it just the way it was/ or else you’ll forget about it. ”

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