12 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Cackling with energy and warmth, this debut album from the Madrid-based quartet is an effortless joy. Carlotta Cosials and Ana Perrote’s dual vocals circulate in a hazy mist around giddy guitars to produce gorgeous garage-pop gems like the woozy “San Diego” and bouyant “Warts.” But it’s not all sun-drunk and carefree. “Catigadas En El Granero” is a feverish riot while “And I Will Send Your Flowers Back” and “I’ll Be Your Man” reveal the band’s vulnerable—and joyously vengeful—side.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Cackling with energy and warmth, this debut album from the Madrid-based quartet is an effortless joy. Carlotta Cosials and Ana Perrote’s dual vocals circulate in a hazy mist around giddy guitars to produce gorgeous garage-pop gems like the woozy “San Diego” and bouyant “Warts.” But it’s not all sun-drunk and carefree. “Catigadas En El Granero” is a feverish riot while “And I Will Send Your Flowers Back” and “I’ll Be Your Man” reveal the band’s vulnerable—and joyously vengeful—side.

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Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
147 Ratings

147 Ratings

Lola______ ,

Wow.

This album has such a profound psychedelic nature that exudes a true dreamlike quality. I love the vocals and instruments, hazy and unedited, and the nostalgic feelings they induce. I give this album 5/5 stars without a doubt…but what do I know, I’m fifteen :)))

JRGTV ,

troll

I'm not a troll but sampling this album was so bad I had to say something . get yourself an 80s 4 track recorder , a bunch of talentless trashy young drunk chicks and record them wasted singing to 60s and 70s tv show theme music . I wish I was the record label on this because they're gonna make millions off you mindless drones . lol sad but true . enjoy it if you like it .

Alliekatt32 ,

My girls

It’s been a long time waiting, and couldn’t have been any happier with the outcome.

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