Weight of Matter, Eros and the Eschaton's second album, is filled with the kind of shoegazer and psychedelic sounds that got them voted the Best Pop Band in Denver by the readers of Westword Magazine. It's a Neil Young & Crazy Horse guitar-inspired album, dialing in tones akin to the Walkmen while maintaining the airy psychedelia of their debut, Home Address for Civil War. The album's first single, "Rxx," calls to mind dozens of missed moments in rock and roll history set against a backdrop of pop hooks and mayhem, while "Bop Shoo Bop" pays homage to legendary Tropicalia ensemble Os Mutantes.
"...great double-date partners with Yo La Tengo." – Spin