The jaunty, strummed rhythm of “Squirrels” counters the sentiment at its center; frontman Jake Bellows notices a squirrel doing “backflips for change, for a lady who vacuums her heartache away,” before the brokenhearted singer confesses, “I just keep writing the same song.” It’s a boon if true, because Neva Dinova hasn’t generated a song or album as good as this one before [if this one's the best so far, then how could it be true that he keeps writing the same one? i.e., "if true", the best it could be is equally good]. The Omaha quintet combines the spirits of hope, resilience, and surrender in moving forward from their sadcore origins with... More >>>