Every song that Aaron Sinclair writes has a certain underlying feeling. SPIN described it as "twitchy paranoia." Baeble Music sensed a "strung-out urgency" in his voice, while the Austin Chronicle called his music "tension-driven" with "tight, rough riffs and sharp post-punk lines."
It's surprising then, that in person, Sinclair is a quiet guy - reserved, humble, and even-keeled. Not one for self-promotion, he often shies away from putting himself in the spotlight. As Paste put it, he "lets the music speak for itself."
Now signed to Dangerbird Records (the label that launched artists like Sea Wolf, Silversun Pickups and Fitz and the Tantrums), and working with producer Danny Reisch (Shearwater, Okkervil River, White Denim), Sinclair finally had the support and focus to make the kind of record he has always wanted to with 'Get Out Of The City.'
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