We were so pleased when Lee Zimmerman of the New Times (and other venerated music publications like No Depression) expressed interest in writing a piece and doing an interview about A Thousand Ways Down, because we love his writing and sensibility and humor. But we couldn’t have asked for a more pitch-perfect article. Conceiving of ATWD as “an unapologetic bow to simpler times, albeit with a dark foreboding edge,” he described “a patchwork quilt of rustic influences carefully woven together,” and credited us some “daring” in swimming against the greater tide of the South Florida music scene. Well cheers, Lee. If you’re not familiar with his work, it’s always insightful and clever, and well worth looking up. You can find the article here, or in this week’s New Times.