This is surely one of the more interesting records so far for 2019. There is so much going on, not just on the service but bubbling underneath like a Yellowstone geyser, just ready to erupt. As their bio succinctly states:
While Pale Cicada is ultimately about growing up in a place where you don’t belong, struggling through it, and ultimately surviving, Hamilton has come to see that struggle through a broader political lens. It’s really why he wrote “In Between My Dead-End Jobs” in the first place: he began to see his stories reflected as a larger narrative in the U.S. “I want to give people an escape from the anxiety and grind of their daily lives – at least for a little bit,” he says. And with a project like Makeunder that’s too big and too loud to ignore: Hamilton has done just that, crafting his own alternative to the routine of day-to-day life.