M. Ward – Post-War


M. Ward


Emotional, quiet, and acoustic – seems like an appropriate way to describe the work of M. Ward.  Before he was a “Monster of Folk”, he was just a man trying to write some indie-acoustic rock, and this was the release that landed his first spot on the charts… giving way to M. Ward fever (She & Him, Monsters of Folk, and M. Ward-based indie-rock madness).  The biggest downfall?  Once you hear an M. Ward release, it’s all kind of the same.

Grade: C+

Favorite Track: Poison Cup

Second Favorite: Right In the Head


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