White denim: a ubiquitous thing given a twist. As with the name, so it is with the music. The second album from this Texas trio is rock music in its purest form – and yet there is nothing here that will remind you of anything else.
It might be best described as garage prog-pop, but then such labels are inadequate to describe acts like White Denim. Fits mostly sounds like a bunch of seriously accomplished musicians kicking out meticulously arranged jams in the spirit of making it up as they go along. One for those who notice drummers.