Smoldering floorboards are all that remain where once stood a house built high upon beams of influence and pillars of maturation. Smiling high above the embers,Lenola wisps away gleefully flicking matches against the atmosphere and humming a new anthem for the approaching sun. The twelve songs on Lenola's full-length Treat Me to Some Life (FT 32) emanate warm rays of fulfillment and beg you to bask in the goodness.
Between Lenola's inception as a four-track project in 1995 and self-releasing three full-lengths on theirTappersize label, they've made impressionable leeway with both fans and critics alike. Lenola holed themselves up for the first six months of 2000 with extensive home studio additions and a catalogue ofJay Laughlin's songs to embellish and create their fourth album. Sparks from Lenola's Treat Me To Some Life sessions surfaced in October 2000 with the release of the five-song Electric Tickle EP (FT 31.5).