I'd like to think that, somewhere, the members of Smiling at the Ceiling are sitting in the sunlight, talking about days gone by. Because their latest self-titled EP is tailor-made for such activity—not only because it harkens back to 1970s-era yacht rock with its silky smooth lead guitar licks, but because its lyrics embody a retrospective spirit as well. This happens most notably on the album's most well-rounded track, "Forgotten," where Colin Currans-Sheehan sings "I don't want to be forgotten by my friends / Every day it seems we're... More >>>