The Download

Tim Kasher is a star in Omaha’s indie-rock scene, but he’s looking to score at the movies. The frontman for the Good Life (as well as Cursive) headed west earlier this year to work on the companion film for the band’s forthcoming Help Wanted Nights, a concept album set in a small-town bar. Sure, the movie will probably get the straight-to-DVD treatment, but at least it has a killer soundtrack. Check out the Good Life’s page at the Saddle Creek Records label site to download “Heartbroke” and “You Don’t Feel Like Home to Me” from the LP, due in stores next week.

www.saddlecreekrecords.com

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