11 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Dent May soaks his smooth-crooning, lighthearted pop in SoCal sunshine before shooting it into space. Much of Across the Multiverse is guided by the clang of piano plinks and glazed in a vintage sheen: He takes on Elton John's poise in the swinging opener, "Hello Cruel World," and Harry Nilsson's eccentric baroque flourishes on colorful, synth-infused tracks like "Take Me to Heaven." His dreamy, Brian Wilson-like vocals add a touch of psychedelia, especially when he finds extraterrestrial love on the horn-fueled title track.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Dent May soaks his smooth-crooning, lighthearted pop in SoCal sunshine before shooting it into space. Much of Across the Multiverse is guided by the clang of piano plinks and glazed in a vintage sheen: He takes on Elton John's poise in the swinging opener, "Hello Cruel World," and Harry Nilsson's eccentric baroque flourishes on colorful, synth-infused tracks like "Take Me to Heaven." His dreamy, Brian Wilson-like vocals add a touch of psychedelia, especially when he finds extraterrestrial love on the horn-fueled title track.

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