via Pitchfork: Brooklyn indie-folk outfit Family Band specialize in two types of songs. One of those types is a minor-key dirge that sounds piped from some plague-gripped medieval village, of which “Night Song” is a fine, gooseflesh-raising example. The second type is a placid, inscrutable telegram from the deepest unconscious. “Moonbeams,” a still pool of synth and clean-strummed electric guitar, is their best version of that latter type yet. Kim Krans’ imagery sounds dredged from somewhere just beyond the language barrier: “Moonbeams in your mouth/There is stardust pouring out/ Your halo lights the ground/ It makes that silver-tipped sound.” Why, and how, the sound is “silver-tipped” is exactly the kind of little mystery you might spend the song’s quietly unsettling five minutes contemplating.