For his first solo effort, former Anniversary member and product of the suburbs Justin Roelofs takes inspiration from a summer spent deep in the Peruvian rain forests imbibing psychedelics. His production and vocal arrangements are unarguably rooted in his indie-rock conditioning, but White Flight also hints at time spent away from Middle America. Frantic voices could easily pass as chants rather than lyrics, and, armed with ProTools, Roelofs twists keyboard and accordion sounds into eerie compositions that suggest an alternate universe. Psychedelics or not, White Flight marks a strong start for this suburban kid.