Over ten years and six albums, NYC's Ida have mapped their own space in the American indie underground, managing to sit nicely amongst their peers and collaborators such as His Name Is Alive, Low, Tara Jane O'Neil, and Karate. This is their first full-length in nearly four years. Taking cues from On The Beach-era Neil Young, Heart Like A River dives from whispered strums to righteous drone and overdriven solos while managing to reference the '70s sounds of Joni Mitchell and Rickie Lee. The result is a radiant album.
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