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“Lyrically, the songs appeared to draw on the difficulties and confusion of being in your 20s and trying desperately to figure your station in life. On one tune, Bellomy howled about feeling misunderstood, even as the music coalesced around him into a furious blues boogie. “Gas Boy,” touched on the frustration of slogging away at a meaningless job. But while the lyrics depicted a man gradually being worn down by the day-to-day grind, the music itself sounded free and untethered, Bellomy uncorking a winding solo that weaved through traffic like an airport-bound taxi frantically trying to deliver a passenger to the gate on time. On “Stay for Days” Bellomy warns of ill-weather while drummer Max Slater laid down a beat that mimicked heavy drops rhythmically slapping the sidewalk. By the song’s close these showers had progressed into a full-on, wind-whipped storm. Even these dark clouds eventually dissipated, giving way to a soaring, sunny closer that suggested the best is yet to c”