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The Further Adjustments / Press

“The arrangements are strangely mature, especially for a band that hasn’t really received as much exposure compared to similar counterparts and veterans of Minnesota music. If these songs are any indication though, The Further Adjustments are about to gain a much larger audience.”

“..."'White Knuckle' calls out North Dakota and West Virginia by name, but aches with the anxiety of not knowing your place in the world. “You don’t know how hard it is to be young,” Partridge wails in a gravelly tone that does little to belie his youth. “White Knuckle” might center on a young man’s refrain, but it’s a song with an old soul. I would’ve just have easily believed Murphy had he told me it was an old country song he was covering that night, rather than a song from an up-and-comer. Partridge sings of “broke hearted people going all the way down” like he’s wallowed in the gloomiest depths and of “long nights and short bright days” like a road-weary traveler. And if he’s ever inclined to take that long dark highway on his own to Seattle, songs like “White Knuckle” would surely seem right at home."”

““Catchy Pettyesque vocals, intricate Santana-like guitar solos and banging drums brought joy to this old rocker. Check this band out!””