It's a pretty gross day out there today as far as traveling by road is concerned. A lot of people are throwing around the words "snow day" and hunkering in for a day full of Netflix-fueled hibernation, a lazied reprieve from the elements. Despite the bitter ugliness that's blowing around outside the windows, there's no reason why chill-tastic day at home shouldn't be perfect, and there's no better way to start a perfect day than with the perfect soundtrack (or perhaps some awkwardly placed rhyming.)
Sleeping At Last, as cheesy as it sounds, will help you flee the ugly winter outdoors by allowing escape into a dream-like world of blissfully serene almost-lullabies. Sleeping At Last is the musical equivalent of a warm cup of hot cocoa, the coziest blanket you can imagine, and a fireside nap all wrapped in one; With light and floaty instrumentation complimented by vocal work that can only be described as pure musical comfort, Sleeping At Last provide the perfect background to your day-off indoors.
Sleeping At Last, while once a fully-banded affair, have been whittled down to just one: Ryan O'Neal. After putting out a few full-lenghts, such as 2009's Storyboards and the fan-favorite Keep No Score, O'Neal set his sights a bit higher, embarking on smaller scale releases spread out and released at an alarming rate. Like a musical machine, O'Neal first released The Yearbook, a collection of four-track ep's released each month over the course of 2012. For 2013 and beyond he's embarking on the indefinite Atlas project which will explore the universe's creation and more. Already four ep's in, the installment Space II dropped today digitally. Check out all of Sleeping At Last's material on Spotify. Then buy it.