The Good Life
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With his main band, Cursive, singer-songwriter Tim Kasher expresses naked heartache through blasts of guitar and loud vocals. The Good Life, his longtime side project, expresses the same heartache with more subtlety, recalling the best moments of American Music Club and Lullaby For The Working Class. Kasher spent the better part of the year touring with Cursive behind its seventh album,Mama, I'm Swollen, so perhaps this mini-Midwestern tour aims to assure fans that The Good Life still exists—though the band says in a blog post these are its "last shows for a while." The group's last full-length was 2007's Help Wanted Nights, a soundtrack made to accompany a film Kasher wrote and moved to L.A. to make. It doesn't look like that's happening, as he has since moved to Montana to plan his next move.