The second 2013 release from The Growlers picks up right where Hung at Heart left off. Although technically an EP, the nine tracks on Gilded Pleasures play like an LP. The country influence on this release weighs as heavy as the usual ’60s pop that shines through The Growler’s albums. While Hung at Heart was an album filled with a salty, but sweet collection of odes to a new love, on Gilded Pleasures, the dust has settled and cracks are appearing. Falling in love is easy. It’s staying in love that is hard.