The path of All The Saints is one of a band that has almost deliberately hid in plain view. The story is simple: three Alabama kids raised on a diet of Crimson Tide football and loud “college rock” move to the big city of Atlanta in the early aughts. From here they were noticed by stalwart label Touch & Go and hold the distinction of being the final band being “signed” to the label before Corey Rusk decided to shutter daily operations. The next decade showed a band not just improving what they do, but instead almost expanding their performances to cinematic war zones. For a three piece, closed eyes would lead one to think a batallion of marauders were just around the bend. For those who relished their gigs, their live performances became infrequent occurences. Then in a moment of weed-inspired clarity, Chunklet decided to step in and suggest to the band recording a full length with producer Jason Kingsland. Kingsland is noted for recording records by Deerhunter and Band of Horses, amongst a zillion other credits. Recorded in three days in the Maze Studios over in Cabbagetown, the band plowed through tracking and overdubs. Over the following months, the record was finished. In parts sounding like Spacemen 3, The Jesus Lizard, Sonic Youth and Sleep all rolled into one, Look Like You’re Going Somewhere is the record that All The Saints was destined to make.