Editors’ Notes Whitney’s debut is a haunting set of ‘60s guitar pop. Taking pages from Byrds ballads (“Light Upon the Lake”), pre-psychedelic Beatles (“Golden Days”), and the more placid side of soul (“Dave’s Song”), the duo—comprising former members of Smith Westerns and Unknown Mortal Orchestra—sound cheerful but bittersweet, muted by a sense of melancholy that gives drummer/vocalist Julien Ehrlich’s falsetto a sneaky, surprising depth. Even the album’s most upbeat moment, “The Falls,” feels less like it’s looking forward to something, and more like it’s looking back.

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No Woman
1
3:57
 
The Falls
2
2:20
 
Golden Days
3
4:02
 
Dave’s Song
4
3:01
 
Light Upon the Lake
5
3:09
 
No Matter Where We Go
6
2:41
 
On My Own
7
2:14
 
Red Moon
8
1:42
 
Polly
9
3:26
 
Follow
10
3:26
 

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