With Bottoms of Barrels the Tillys take their signature sound to the next level. The choruses are more rousing, the tapping more intense, the instrumentation fuller, each sound painting broad brushstrokes across your speakers. Longtime friend Nate Walcott contributes a bit of trumpet, while other friends have added drums, bass, accordion and cello. In short, Bottoms of Barrels is an album that continues to set Tilly and the Wall apart from all of their indie pop peers, and is guaranteed to make you love them even more than you probably already do. We promise.