Do you have sex? Do you have emotions? Do you have emotions about sex? If the answer to any of those questions is yes then you should listen to Beach Bunny’s new album Honeymoon. The Chicago-based, indie rock outfit’s newest release continues with many of the themes that their previous songs have dealt with: insecurities, jealousy, and failed romances. Conveniently released around Valentine’s Day, many of these songs will make you doubt everything you have just said to the person you are into, and completely validate every emotion you have about doing so.
Global warming be damned: As New Yorkers enjoy this late-February burst of spring-like warmth, basking in the sun’s rays for the first substantial time since October, a leap towards our next season seems inevitable—and it feels pretty darn good. If you’re looking for an album to queue into the bright, pop-infused playlists that you’ll jam to while walking to all your classes for the next three months, then COIN’s third studio effort, Dreamland, is the LP for you.
“I first started writing music probably when I was twelve. Back then I was taking lessons with some guy in town and he suggested I try and come up with a song. It was just descending seven chords or something—super simple stuff…” – Plum Sanders.
My favorite band is back, it’s cool. I am cool do not freak out. By Claire…
More than anything else, this is a fun album.
Mac DeMarco is a man of contradictions. The Canadian singer-songwriter. . .