With the advent of music piracy, MP3 players, and MySpace, the way listeners consume music has changed. In response to those changes, the music industry has shifted from albums to single songs, and there has been a revitalization of singles, 7”s, 12”s, and EPs. The members of A Sunny Day in Glasgow, however, have rejected that. Their second full-length project, the recently released Ashes Grammar is an Album. With a capital A. Songs flow into one another seamlessly, floating from one track to the next with careful planning. Certain elements spread throughout the entire album, giving it a sense of cohesion, like the eternally hazy vocals of newcomer Annie Frederickson, the delightful use of handclaps, and the inventive drumming of Josh Meakim.