Lancaster, Pennsylvania band the innocence mission, led by Karen and Don Peris, return with the album See You Tomorrow.
First track The Brothers Williams Said speaks to the sense of misunderstanding or labelling that can happen to people who have a quiet nature. Simon Raymonde of the Cocteau Twins calls the arrangements on See You Tomorrow "massively special- the beauty, the way the album builds to it's' striking finale in I Would Be There is bewilderingly lovely." See You Tomorrow, while centered around communication and Karen Peris’ self- professed longing “ to join in a conversation, even though the conversation itself is sometimes about being at a loss for words”, also touches on the major changes that happen in the life of a family, and the "intense desire to hold the present moment of togetherness". Sufjan Stevens has called their music "moving and profound. What is so remarkable about Karen Peris' lyrics are the economy of words, concrete nouns which come to life with melody."