The Go Find has the kind of sound you could expect in a mid-range clothing store as you purchase Khakis for yourself or your loved ones. At no point do you get exposed to anything verging on genuine emotion. For those who though the “Postal Service” was too edgy, here’s something even more bland and un-engaging for your eardrums.
Dieter Sermeus (some Belgian guy) is responsible for this inoffensive snooze-fest. Most of the effects are boring, the sounds are generic, and his voice is completely unexceptional. Alone, none of these things would be a particularly big problem, together though; they create a cocktail of lame.
“Bleeding Heart” contains this bass-like sound which I think immediately caused me to shudder. It is like the sound you hear on your sampler and you can’t edit into anything good. You leave it alone, convinced it is terrible. I wish Dieter had realized this.
In fact, the only two songs which approach anything worth your interest are the pleasant “Modern Times” and the closer “Blisters on my Thumb”, the latter even possessing an enjoyable buildup and breakdown.
So bland is this offering that I’d suggest checking out the Postal Service, who does a similar trick with far more style.