CMJ. A verbose lyricist marooned in an indie-rock scene tilted toward headphone-friendly noisemakers, Ezra Furman adroitly conveys what it feels like to be young and queer via an old man’s medium. Here the Chicago songsmith gigs behind Perpetual Motion People, a winningly raw new LP that careers between rollicking and delicate modes.
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