With Undress, their first new album in three years, the Felice Brothers manage to walk that delicate tightrope between timely and timeless, crafting a collection that’s urgently relevant to the modern social and political landscape without ever losing sight of the larger picture. In their world, the traditionally powerful - politicians, preachers, pundits - are comical at best, rendered impotent by their own narcissistic ambition, while those who traffic in kindness and generosity are larger-than-life heroes, cast as everyday saviors walking the streets of a thankless society. In that sense, Undress fits neatly into a long tradition of American folk storytelling.

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