BOYO is the pseudonym of 20 year-old singer-songwriter Robert Tilden. Tilden's been kicking around the LA DIY scene since he was 16 years old, spending the better part of it fronting the garage band Bobby T. and the Slackers. Me, Again, the follow up to his debut Control, taps into his sense of vulnerability, taking on themes of isolation, addiction, and regret. The album is a jagged collection of garage rock and soft DIY indie and noisey pop music, channeling everyone from Ty Segall to Elliot Smith to Deerhunter. The songs that make up the album range from fuzzy ballads like "A Social Death by Proximity (In Hollywood)" to apologetic slow jams like "Haunts." Each of the tracks give a different glimpse into scenes throughout Robert's formative years, referencing the sights and sounds of the places he has inhabited as a young adult.