Lyrics from I Love You, But GoodbyePennsylvania’s Langhorne Slim, Sean Scolnick by birth, is a singer and guitarist pushing a modern take on folk, country and blues. Langhorne Slim and The Law’s latest album, The Way We Move (Ramseur Records, 2012), delivers an optimistic take on a breakup. The record was crowd-funded via PledgeMusic with a bunch of unique perks: a basic pre-order ($10), the chance to go out for a beer with the whole band before a show ($50) and a private gig in your living room ($1500). Scolnick, a graduate of the Conservatory of Music at Purchase College, has been releasing music since 1999, starting with the independent release, Slim Pickens. He began picking up attention through years of touring and made appearances at Bonnaroo Festival, Lollapalooza and Philadelphia Folk Festival.