Staff Picks
The Catenary Wires

It is difficult to make lush pastoral pop like this without going completely overboard into schmalz territory, but this band manages quite well, carefully draping their orchestral tendencies over a solid base of interesting songs.


The Catenary Wires

Birling Gap

Shelflife

RIYL: Heavenly, The Just Joans, Camera Obscura

Released: June 18, 2021

https://open.spotify.com/album/3A9rU5UX34SdRfu5UQFwYw?autoplay=true

TheCatenaryWires #Shelflife #Heavenly #TheJustJoans #CameraObscura


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