10 Songs, 38 Minutes


A protégé of Helium's Mary Timony makes crush-worthy indie pop.

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A protégé of Helium's Mary Timony makes crush-worthy indie pop.

Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
52 Ratings

52 Ratings

Rob from Balto ,

she's got it, whatever it is

Took my daughter to see one of the early shows live at WTMD and they killed it. Than again last summer at Union Transfer opening for Waxahatchee and they rocked the big hall. Songwriting is mindful for her years. Guitar work is complex with lots of cool riffs. Mucho street cred as she was mentored by Mary Timony and Priests.

the vima tresna ,

Snail Mail More Than The Sum Their (her?) Parts...

Don’t Let the Indie Pop Hooks and Riffs Fool You—uh.
Hmm. I suppose what I mean is that I could picture myself playing Snail Mail’s song “Pristine” (off their imminent Matador Records debut long player, Lush) for a friend; gushing, obsessing, insisting that Snail Mail’s got “It”.

That almost spooky, ineffable extra layer/essence/prestige that one cannot quantify by merely analyzing a band’s style, or their probable influences.

Lastly, I have this sneaking feeling; a goosebumpy vibe, that Snail Mail is going to be, like, a Big Deal.

And understand that this bit of fortune telling conjecture has nothing to do with the main thrust of this review. Perhaps this is unlikely, but I remember a similar vibe when I first heard Nirvana, and that in spite of the fact that I was not particularly into them at first.

See what I mean? Ok, cool.

hey_whysoserious ,

Gives Me Shivers

This is some good indie pop. Better than anything I’ve listened to in a long time. Man - I’ve missed hearing real guitars. Those are by far the best thing about the album. Lindsey Jordan - her friends that are equally as good of musicians - and the whole band as a whole -surely has something - a heck of a lot of talent.

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