All Flowers In Time
intricate arrangements of fluttering guitars, sparkly keyboards, and cyclical layers of background vocals, bound together with dreamy indie-pop melodies, make for a beautifully crafted debut from the Brooklyn 7-piece.
this sees the band moving away from the electronic and experimental sounds of their previous EP, instead taking them back to when they first formed, whilst also pushing the boundaries of their familiar R&B realm. The record examines themes of love and nostalgia with a pinch of bitterness and betrayal. Extensive influences range from Thundercat through Amy Winehouse to Bon Iver. “Really interesting...a sound of their own” - Lauren Laverne (BBC 6Music).
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