Critics were wild about Cape Dory, the first album by Denver band Tennis. The disc came with an irresistible back story: newlyweds Patrick Riley and Alaina Moore buy a sailboat, go on an adventure, write songs about the trip, and make a record. Tennis spent much of the last year touring and winning new fans, but they took a two-week break to record their second album, Young & Old, which was produced by Patrick Carney, drummer for the Black Keys. Moore talks about it with Ryan Warner.