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DISC: 1

1. Habit Creature
2. I Might Be
3. Angie
4. Butterflies
5. Turnaround (Cocaine Song)
6. Daffadowndilly
7. You And Me And Everything
8. Guitars Are Better Than Synthesizers For Writing Through Hard Times
9. Thirsty
10. Jesse’s House
11. Bloom
12. The Driving

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On his second solo album as Toth, You And Me And Everything, Rubblebucket cofounder Alex Toth embarks on a journey of transformation and self-discovery. Surrounded by cascading folk rock, celebratory horns, and jaunty piano, he finds himself falling in love after the dissolution of a 12-year-long relationship and learning how to deal with deep-seated grief. From the "why not"? attitude that drives the celebratory "I Might Be"? to the vivid imagery that positions "Turnaround (Cocaine Song)"? as one of his strongest lyrical efforts yet, Toth uses his latest album to push himself as both a musician and a person. The result brings to mind the heartfelt vulnerability of Arthur Russell, the woozy jazz of Chet Baker, and the playful melodic breadth of the Beach Boys. On You And Me And Everything, Toth accepts love as an adventure and invites you to join on the unpredictable, fulfilling ride.