Winterpills' fifth album, All My Lovely Goners, is a long-simmered (three years) collection of multifaceted indie-pop ruminations on love and death that run the sonic gamut from Shins-ish rock, Fleetwood Mac-ish-shimmer, to Sandy Denny-ish melancholia. Engineered and produced by the band themselves in their studio, the album is as close to home as you can get. Formed in Northampton, Massachusetts in 2005, Winterpills have built a vibrant career with their exquisite chamber-pop songs that The Washington Post called "densely packed but hugely evocative, tiny bombs of feeling and meaning: fiendishly melodic." And have grown into "a band that is only becoming more essential" (The Hartford Courant). Every song on All My Lovely Goners effortlessly rises to this praise, with the band hitting a triumphantly gorgeous stride.