11 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Real Estate’s mellow, deceptively simple sound is one of the marvels of '00s indie rock. Hazy but precise, delicate but self-assured, the band has pulled off the remarkable feat of refining their style without ever really changing it. In Mind, their first since 2014’s shimmering Atlas, dives deeper into their suburban reverie, exploring a jammy, psychedelic side (“Two Arrows”), with hints of jazz (“Holding Pattern,” “Serve the Song”) and surf (“Darling”).

EDITORS’ NOTES

Real Estate’s mellow, deceptively simple sound is one of the marvels of '00s indie rock. Hazy but precise, delicate but self-assured, the band has pulled off the remarkable feat of refining their style without ever really changing it. In Mind, their first since 2014’s shimmering Atlas, dives deeper into their suburban reverie, exploring a jammy, psychedelic side (“Two Arrows”), with hints of jazz (“Holding Pattern,” “Serve the Song”) and surf (“Darling”).

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