Perhaps best described as a concoction of instrumental-post-chamber-rock, Cue is kind of like the pop side of Godspeed You! Black Emperor mixed with the happy-go-lucky side of Explosions in the Sky, if there is such a thing. Written and recorded in an east Austin studio over a couple of month's time, between side projects and the grind of day jobs, Wedding Song is the sound of four friends playing the music they love and striving to keep a firm footing in one of the most competitive music scenes that you're likely to find. Tracks like "Wedding Song For Living Things And Dead Things" move at a swift pace along with the help of some passionate violin work, "The Last Good Year Of My Life" cools things down after a busy eight-minutes of "Yroknrölsukkdn2002," and "Fleur De Lis" demonstrates Cue's own take on the traditional loud-quiet-loud instrumental song structure.
- Cue - "Wedding Song For Living Things And Dead Things"
- Cue - "The Last Good Year Of My Life"
- Cue - "Fleur De Lis"