Famous October begin their latest album One Day Baby with a slow, deliberate multi-part harmony. When strings enter into the equation, the initial effort here is given depth. The Frost exists at the juncture between sultry alt-rock, classic country & western, and more contemplative folk.
The titular effort on One Day Baby will transfer listeners back to the halcyon days of the 1970s, when James Taylor and The Carpenters ruled the roost. The intricate instrumentation that plays between vocal sections further bolsters this track. When Things Are Different slows things up, creating a thoughtful, hazy approach that really stands in as a microcosm of the styles broached during One Day Baby.