Bars of Gold record Shelters is a straight up rock record. There is no cleverness attempted and no frills. It is definitely a record that is in the tradition of Detroit rock legends the MC5 and the Stooges. I like to listen to it when I move because the record itself never stops moving. I find it even encourages dancing while walking down the street. Luckily I trained in Russia at the Bolshoi in the 90’s so it looks really good when I get down on the sidewalk. I don’t know too much about the band aside from some articles online. The drummer and lead singer were in a band called Bear vs. Shark and the other members were in an instrumental rock band called Wildcatting and they united to create this band 10 years ago. Apparently in 2018 before making this record they thought they might drop one of their three guitarist, but instead decided it would better to add a fourth guitar instead. That direction is represented in the record. They are all in with a big sound and big songs. Honestly it is record you probably know if you like immediately from the first song. Shelters might not be the best record for sheltering in place though. Maybe take a run or walk if you listen to it. Maybe even dance a bit while doing either.