10 Songs, 30 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

For Music for Listening to Music To, La Sera enlisted alt-country icon Ryan Adams as producer. And from the raucous beginning and twangy splash of “High Notes,” the album is a sepia-toned Golden State gem. The California group’s sparkling indie pop—elevated by Katy Goodman’s gorgeous girl-group vocals—proves a perfect complement to both Adams’ roots rock pedigree (see: the dark shuffle of “Shadow of Your Love”) and his long-standing love of The Smiths (on the stormy melodrama of “Begins to Rain”).

EDITORS’ NOTES

For Music for Listening to Music To, La Sera enlisted alt-country icon Ryan Adams as producer. And from the raucous beginning and twangy splash of “High Notes,” the album is a sepia-toned Golden State gem. The California group’s sparkling indie pop—elevated by Katy Goodman’s gorgeous girl-group vocals—proves a perfect complement to both Adams’ roots rock pedigree (see: the dark shuffle of “Shadow of Your Love”) and his long-standing love of The Smiths (on the stormy melodrama of “Begins to Rain”).

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