- A driving cat. Ⓥ
- Highland Park, Los Angeles
Thanks for sending over, really enjoying this. The vocals are kind of eerie, but very weightless and pretty. And that guitar solo rips, interesting to hear it within a track that feels almost childlike at times. Very cool. It's a shame the albums seems to have been overlooked last year, but going to dig in to it now and see what the rest has to offer. Thanks for the heads-up.
Excellent work here. The shuffling percussion, gentle piano, and hazy organ comprise a very engaging arsenal, in addition to the very endearing vocals, quaint and never overpowering but thoroughly engaging just the same. The "and dream" bit at 01:50 - accompanied with the added layer of backing vocal grandiosity - is a very well-executed hook, as is the "Nico" repetition around 02:10. The feel and structure reminds me of a female version of Jens Lekman -- extremely high praise. Highly enjoyable track that I I look forward to posting on Obscure Sound in the very near future. Also, if in need of help promoting your work, feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com if interested in rates/success stories regarding my PR services. Either way, thanks so much for the excellent submission! -Mike