So quite a few months ago, a friend recommended Daughters to me. I had a pretty large list to work through, so I've only gotten to them last week and man, YWGWYW is just an insane trip of an album. Never before have I heard such a - at the same time - weird and fulfilling sound. Daughters is a band that seemingly does not give a single fuck. And I really enjoy that. David Fischer
A highpoint in the recent Necks catalogue, I'd say, fusing the more textural approach of their later stuff with some of the groove-based energy of their earlier stuff, especially the last track "Further" which is a swaggering bluesy ramble.
Tony Buck's drumming sounds like a wilderness field recording with its layers of sounds built up into large, breathing environments.
The middle track "Lovelock" is a moody, mysterious nocturnal dreamscape. Jascha Narveson