Today I wore the same coat I've been wearing for months and I was sweating (I sweat easily, but still). It's warm out, you see.
Here in the Midwest we're in that godawful stretch where Winter swears he's leaving us for good but inevitably comes crawling back for more, just to leave us again with an inheritance of sludge and salt and slush.
This song "Day to Day" by The Casket Girls, made up of Ryan Graveface (from the awesome Black Moth Super Rainbow) and sisters Phaedra and Elsa Greene, feels a lot like this time of year.
The fluorescent buzzing textures of BMSR are all here, but here the chords sound drained and tired, content to pulse along at a stoned pace. The sisters' vocals ride the synth waves at an easy pace, making this a pretty great melancholic jam. It sounds like almost-but-not-quite-Spring. Have a peek, why don't you?