Chief Broom‘s debut album, hidden in plain sight, delves into the shadows of the human experience. Within this musical odyssey, DFAH (Don’t Feel At Home) emerges as a haunting reflection on the erosion of one’s sense of belonging. As Boise, Idaho undergoes relentless transformation, Shadrach Tuck’s lyrics channel the melancholic sensation of returning to familiar streets now vanquished by progress. The music itself is a dark symphony of bitter post punk, where anguished guitars, commanding vocals, and an entrancing rhythm combine to create an atmosphere where memories become ghosts, lost beneath the looming specter of concrete and steel.