I REALLY LIKE You But I’ve Particular Darkness is really a five-piece dark pop music group away from Austin, TX; picture mates consist of Paul Newman, Windsor for the Derby, and Glorium. But I REALLY LIKE You, shaped in 2001 and made up of vocalist Christian Goyer, bassist Edward Robert, guitarists Ernest Salaz and Daniel Del Favero, and percussionist Tim Light, is not everything that predictable, a minimum of if their debut record, Fear Is certainly on Our Aspect, tells a trusted story. Where in fact the band’s self-titled EP, a five-song dazzler released in 2003 around the daredevil Emperor Jones label (and reissued in 2006 by Secretly Canadian), provided up mildly doleful and semi-danceable indie rock and roll thanks to Spoon’s Britt Daniel, who created and helped swirl hype around the music group beyond the town limits, Fear Is usually on Our Part takes a change for the significantly, achingly bleak. Echoes of Chat Talk along with other visceral, introspective 1980s rings filter with the familiar acoustic guitar textures, however the middle-2000s is a fresh era for smart gloominess, and flavoring this brew can be an overcharged mindfulness that suggests close focus on recent musical background, especially electronica. Although group’s output up to now suggests a determination to climb and explore, cynicism appears to be to become an enduring I REALLY LIKE You trait. Because the 10 years wore on, small was noticed from the music group and it appeared they had joined an extended hiatus. All of a sudden, in past due 2014, Secretly Canadian announced that I REALLY LIKE You’d be liberating their second recording Dust in Oct of that 12 months.