Andrew Malo’s second album – Wait For Miles – is a real gem of an indie-folk/country album. There are hints of Tom Waits in songs like “Hotels,” and traces of early M. Ward in numerous tracks, but the real star here is Andrew himself. The songs have a true intimacy, and are almost hypnotizing as they slowly unfold. And while the production is high-quality, the album itself has a decidedly lo-fi atmosphere that bristles and shines with rich textures. The result is a remarkably chill album that’s well worth a look.