11 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“All the leaves are glowing green as the seasons rage,” wails Kyle Wilson against a flickering, synth-driven backdrop on “Here to Stay.” That’s the impressionistic haze within Glowing Mouth, a dream-pop vision that became Wilson’s catharsis on the sophomore LP he penned mostly while bedridden from a broken back. The Brooklyn quintet are restless alchemists in their electro indie-rock concoctions: The noisy, strangely mellifluous “To Be Imagined” pairs crackling audio with ostinato ukulele, and atmospheric distortions seep through the title track beneath gliding falsettos.

EDITORS’ NOTES

“All the leaves are glowing green as the seasons rage,” wails Kyle Wilson against a flickering, synth-driven backdrop on “Here to Stay.” That’s the impressionistic haze within Glowing Mouth, a dream-pop vision that became Wilson’s catharsis on the sophomore LP he penned mostly while bedridden from a broken back. The Brooklyn quintet are restless alchemists in their electro indie-rock concoctions: The noisy, strangely mellifluous “To Be Imagined” pairs crackling audio with ostinato ukulele, and atmospheric distortions seep through the title track beneath gliding falsettos.

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