In A Nutshell Review: Thee Oh Sees – An Odd Entrances

An Odd Entrances

An Odd Entrances


With so many albums released by Thee Oh Sees, it’s hard to imagine how they keep the quality so high. So, it felt equally good when August’s A Weird Exits was an above average Sees experience. It was also a shock when it was announced that we’d be getting companion follow up, An Odd Entrances.

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The oddest thing about An Odd Entrances is the composition and tracks. “You Will Find It Here,” “The Poem,” and “At the End, On the Stairs” quickly become some of my favorite Sees tracks. But the other half — which are instrumentals — have a Moon Sick EP feel to them, which means to say, a cutting room floor type feel. For most Sees fans, An Odd Entrances could be forgettable but, there’s still some exploratory fun. It’s just a fun you won‘t be returning to very frequently.

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