Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin（有人还爱着你呢，叶利钦），名字虽怪，音乐却很阳光，跟政治一点关系也没有。SSLYBY并没在做什么革新音乐的事，broom也不是什么了不起的专辑，但音乐却是有魅力的，狂热的，激情的，有野心的。
I am Warm & Powerful既温暖又充满力量;House Fire够简单够流畅，逶迤前行却拒绝如I am warm & powerful般释放早已爆满的能量槽。
Sweet, melodic, and scrappy, Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin is the kind of band that quietly changes lives, kind of like the Shins before Garden State hit. On its unassuming debut album, the Springfield, Missouri quartet not only brings to mind the weightless pop of its now famous Portland counterparts but a fuzzy production style that evokes Of Montreal and gentle romanticism of Elliott Smith. Nowhere more so than on poignant tracks like "Oregon Girl" and the slightly dubby "House Fire," where dueling singers Philip Dickey and John Cardwell trade charmingly out of sync verses such as, "I coughed your name/ I smoked all day/ And I slept myself sleepy." It's familiar, warm, and clearly deserving of a soundtrack to call its own.
Their debut is an expertly crafted indie pop gem. Spin declared the Missouri band "could succeed The Shins." Then a slew of bloggers ranked them ahead of Wilco and Iron & Wine in Leafblower's annual "Top Bands Of America Today". "Broom" sparkles when it rocks, has hooks galore, and should make a lasting impression. Think The Shins, Pavement, Of Montreal, and Elliott Smith.
02. I Am Warm and Powerful
03. What We'll Do
04. Travel Song
05. Oregon Girl
06. House Fire
07. Yr. Broom
08. Anna Lee
09. Anne Elephant