Released last year to little fanfare, the Wild‘s Dreams Are Maps managed to combine elements of the troubadour tradition – songs based around storytelling but delivers with the primal, defiant fury of punk rock. Clocking in at a little over a minute, “Cut From The Cloth” may arguably be the best song on the entire album, as it sounds much like Bad Religion if they started to cover the work of the late Pete Seeger. It manages to say something while making you want to stomp around and mosh, and how many times can you say that a song will make you want to do that? Not often, i bet!