8 Songs, 35 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With its languorous tempos and lush textures, Dale Tiempo often plays like a bittersweet indie-folk album wrapped in layer after layer of glittering dream-pop guitars. Wait. Think. Fast. coat their slow-burn anthems like "Manhattan" in plenty of shimmering effects, recalling the mix of feather-light atmosphere and forceful drama conjured by prime Cocteau Twins. But with its booming drums, along with the alternately blissful and brooding vocals of Jacqueline Santillan, it's just as easy to hear the bruised-yet-bouncy vibe of vintage girl groups in "Manda Una Señal."

EDITORS’ NOTES

With its languorous tempos and lush textures, Dale Tiempo often plays like a bittersweet indie-folk album wrapped in layer after layer of glittering dream-pop guitars. Wait. Think. Fast. coat their slow-burn anthems like "Manhattan" in plenty of shimmering effects, recalling the mix of feather-light atmosphere and forceful drama conjured by prime Cocteau Twins. But with its booming drums, along with the alternately blissful and brooding vocals of Jacqueline Santillan, it's just as easy to hear the bruised-yet-bouncy vibe of vintage girl groups in "Manda Una Señal."

TITLE TIME