The fourth full length by Woods, Songs of Shame, rips deeper with both 90 second and 10 minute forays into skeletal psychedelia. This is not to say their idiosyncratic songwriting style & vocalizing is not present in spades but expanded, colored, and twisted into a tie-dye of soundscapes. Road worn,
windblown, and deeply grooved.
“Despite Woods’ humble production values and their fondness for living room ambiance, Songs of Shame has that almost subliminal ability to make one want to move in to listen more closely. And once you’ve been drawn in for a good listen, it becomes difficult not to want to come back for many more.”- Matthew Murphy/Pitchfork