Life in the twenties is characterized by searching for and waiting for something that you don't know exactly what it is. Between endless boredom and oppressive stress, between youthful naivety and bitter seriousness, between bubbling euphoria and devastating disappointment, Jacob Fortyhands find a sound that bundles all of this together as if under a magnifying glass. Preserved on eleven songs, "Caught up in Strange Ways" combines the multi-faceted songwriting of singer Lukas Heitmann with dreamy guitars, hypnotic drum grooves and harmoniously placed synthesizers. With the help of friend and producer Steffen Lütke, a work was created over a period of one year in the Fattoria Musica studios that is more mature, multifaceted, honest and melancholic than Jacob Fortyhands' first EP and thus the musical, but often also personal development of everyone replicates five band members.
01 Caught up in Strange Ways 02 Feels Like Forever 03 New Wave 04 Patience 05 The Grand Escape 06 Twentysomething 07 What is it? 08 Good intentions 09 More than a Mood 10 What I already know 11 Hit the wall