Lackadaisical melodies gather strength inside our afterthoughts, collapsing into melodic personal narratives adrift in light-as-air aural mazes. The Seattle trio of Lena Farr-Morrissey, Sam Fason, and, for the first time, Cam Hancock glide through diaristic dream zones. Farr-Morrissey’s plaintive delivery pulls us into this vibrant cocoon. “Copycat” is surprisingly lush, reminiscent of 90s indie pop heavyweights like Heavenly or Tiger Trap, but with an affecting ambient tone and angular edge. It’s a delight.
“Copycat” appears on Coral Grief’s forthcoming EP, Daydrops, due on February 24 via Den Tapes. Stream below and pre-order HERE.