What a crazy time to be alive: melting ice caps, astronomical rents, social unrest at levels to rival the mythic ’60s. It’s enough to make you cry—or howl, a la Allen Ginsberg. Turbulent times breed great art. On their debut album, Die Alone, existentialists par excellence Gazebos confront this absurd, uncaring world with seven idiosyncratic originals (and two telling covers) that render confusion and chaos into inspiration and, yes, entertainment.
Die Alone is due out February 19 via Hardly Art.