Pulling from Lush’s signature 4AD sound, (think: Spooky), this all-girl trio out of San Francisco gently layer dream pop vocal harmonies, light as chiffon, on top one another. This, their third full length, is buoyed by post-punk bass lines reminiscent of Joy Division and set adrift with early PJ Harvey chord arrangements. “Milo Minute,” the first single released last year, kicks off with clean Sleater Kinney-style finger work and glides seamlessly into a late ‘90s era stripped-down garage melody. Beautifully hazy all the way to the end. “Goldilocks Zone” and “Hang Around” fit in perfectly on my lazy Sunday afternoon rotation. Recommended.
–Kristen K (Burger)