Assembled out of basements and bedrooms in central Indiana, The Great Migration serves as the beginning of the Impossible Shapes career. Recorded and written in their teens, the Shapes accomplished something completely stunning with their debut - a work of art that could have been written 30 years ago or 30 days from now. A work that obviously has influences, which have been well documented over the past 5 years or so, but it also has this uniqueness that hasn't been approached since in the bands more recent efforts. Charming and unassuming tracks about changing the air and purple clouds and sounding off and whatever other spirits entered these kindred folks. Layered pop tracks that remind us what it was like. When things were better and less heavy in this world. An album of analog recordings where you can and should get lost. We invite you.