“Lawn” (by The Hathaway Family Plot)
After taking on capitalism, consumer culture, and art-as-commodity in their last album, The Hathaway Family Plot returns with a collection of songs about the joys of homeownership. (Did you know that you too can own your own home with little to no money down?!) And how better to express the fulfillment of building equity in your future than through the same sloppy, noisy, amateurish, immaturely provocative aesthetic you’ve come to know and trust from The Hathaway Family Plot? The Hathaway Family Plot recommends listening to this album in place of those books on tape you’ve been using to inspire yourself to visualize and then achieve personal and financial success. You can’t. Give up.