Vinyl LP pressing. 2019 release. Traitors Table is easily Viciconte's most personal and provocative record yet, and that's saying a lot for someone who has been recording provocative music for 25+ years. In 'I Don't Know', Fernando wails about coming to the U.S. as an immigrant child and how - after growing up identifying as a proud American - he felt the acute, nauseating fear of being sent back to a country he never really knew. 'Hey Darlene' tells the story of a small-town couple who feel shut out of the American dream, but like many among us, also feel it's just within reach. So they vote against their own self-interest for those who say what they so desperately want to hear. The Company, a bouncy, impassioned plea to the so-called 'millennial' generation to not shoot down bold ideas in the name of political-correctness, is in Viciconte's words: 'about the concept that even though we are more connected via technology, we are more isolated and divided than ever'.