SWEAT STAFF PICK: Daniel
"'Just being together for 20 years is a piece of art in and of itself,' remarks [Torquil] Campbell of the band's time together, a sentiment that’s supported in 'Capelton Hill"'s refrain, 'I told you we were here to sing / I told you we were meant to keep each other company.' And throughout the album's twists and turns, [Amy] Millan and Campbell build off each other's energies the way they always have, asking and answering each other with grace and sensitivity.
In the end, it's that connection that buoys From Capelton Hill, an offering that will be familiar to the band's longtime fans while also making room for something new. On 'If I Ever See London Again,' towards the end of the album, the two seem to ask both each other and their audience for support as they head in this new direction. 'I need you, baby,' they implore in unison, 'to move to the future with me.'"