Christmas came early in the form of a 10 track LP from The Physics titled "Digital Wildlife." Usually the group's releases parallel The Town's warmer months and the music reflects that mood. But... although The Physics pseudo "Cali breeze chillin' and cold beer sippin" music is on heavy rotation in the summer, we're not know for year round sunshine. THIS LP reflects that. Sonically it's colder, grayer and carries it's emotion on it's sleeves.
The group has also grown on the effort. Thig Nat has always been a very honest artist, but he seems more personal on this project than on prior releases. And as he's expanding his horizons and being more vulnerable on the mic, Justo's production gets more and more polished with each release. (layers & soundscapes) This album is simply mature and reflects how the group has matured.
With "Digital Wildlife" The Physics have now been able to make a catalog that can be played all year long. So... fresh.