Brooklyn's Fin-Folsom categorise themselves as 'animal pop.' I must admit, I've got no idea what that is, but I've come to draw my own conclusions:
You're aware it's there, but you're a little bit indifferent to it. After all, it doesn't seem to be doing much out of the ordinary. Then it's suddenly out of it's hiding place and dragging you to the ground by your throat.
Ruins+Rituals is a collection of "character adventures (better than studies)" that sets out to define the band's relationship with New York. Singer Conor Walsh wrote the lyrics on his daily subway commute and that's where 'Preacher' is set - unable to escape the confession / aggression / threats of total strangers.
Enjoy your day at work. It's Friday, at least.