"An album is, or ought to be, a complete picture. It should come in waves, changing its focal point when things get too predictable or settled. With this statement to Ann Powers that accompanied NPRs premiere of Houndmouths surreal, Dylanesque ballad For No One, singer/guitarist Matt Myers - perhaps inadvertently - issued a mission statement for the bands second album. Little Neon Limelight finds the four-piece stretching out in every direction. Working with producer Dave Cobb in Nashville, they were able to bring the kind of size and warmth that does justice to this batch of songs, worked out over eighteen months on the road, and resonant with joy, hurt, loneliness, glory: all of human ache and loveliness.