The best thing I like about this breakout act from Savannah, GA is they don’t sound like everything else out there right now. They aren’t completely indie or chillwave, they are musically eclectic and just easy fun tracks that spell out the soundtrack of a dream you just woke up from that left you smiling but you cant remember what it was about.
Their new song, Round House, is really pretty. The more I listen to it, the more I love it. A piano intro leads, paired with distant vocals and then crashing cymbals and heavy drums become the loudest and biggest force on the track.
Aux Arc is Marshall Trotter and Elgin Braden (Elgin is also in Baby Jazz, which forthebeat wrote about last week)
Look out for a video accompanying this track, out in a few months, as well as the full EP, most likely set to be titled, “It’s Hard Swallowing a Novelty” out next year.
You can download the track now, for free on their bandcamp.