It's certainly not a bad thing these days to be signed to a label co-run by everyone's favourite musical genius, Sufjan Stevens. Given that the label's track record has been close to pristine, you kinda have to trust they know what they're doing. Which is why it shouldn't come as a big shocker that Victoria's Shapes and Sizes are another band well worth your time. While taking an organic, kitchen-sink approach to songwriting and recording, the band has successfully generated a playful and emotionally earnest album that leapfrogs between punchy alt-rock, plunky ukulele country jams and just about everything else they could cram into it. Beautifully honest and original.