The new album by Wilco is called "Schmilco". This album is an intimate and liberating album from the band. From the start, Jeff Tweedy shows his unique songwriting abilities on a song called "Normal American Kids". This song about being afraid of "normal" American kids shows his introspective nature in the form of a memory. This memory is then translated as a song. As time passes, lyrically Tweedy remains as young in spirit with the lyrics "before I could drive, before I could vote, all the time holding a grudge before I knew people could die just because.." He puts you in his restless creative shoes as a young man trying to do things different than his peers. We here relate a lot to this and we feel you do as well.
As Wilco does so well, they have unique song structures that brands them as an amazing band to watch if you're a fan of unique song structure. The traditional chorus, verse, chorus song structure is thrown out the window with this band.
Watching this band change and experiment has been one of our most favorite things to do sonically. We feel if you're a Wilco fan, then you'll find many gems in this album. This is an album you can come home from work, put on and pour yourself a beverage, mute the T.V and listen.