I’ve always had a soft spot for the work of Matthew Dear, but we haven’t really heard much from him since 2012, so with a new album on the horizon, I figure we should give it some attention. It’s a common electronic sound, with understated pulses subsiding so that vocals can ride over the groundwork. Oh, and speaking of the vocals, this track features Tegan and Sara throwing down some lines, which should draw some raves (myself included). All those voices combine in the end, as a dancer beat comes in to bring about a spirited exuberance. His music is always thoughtful and simultaneously playful, and I can always back that. Bunny comes out on October 12th via Ghostly.
I’m not sure I can place the sound of Bunny, but I know that its a great way to begin my morning…and yours too. Simple percussion, a light horn buzz work hard behind the guitars to aid in the song’ seductive quality. Jessica Viscius has this really smoky vocal, falling somewhere near the sounds of Hope Sandoval, if only a slight bit deeper in tone. She’s currently wrapping up the final bits of her new Sucker EP, which is slated to come out later this year. So enjoy your first taste of great things to come from Bunny.
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