Junk Culture :: "Summer Friends"

Junk Culture's lead single off their debut EP, the shimmering, unsettling, "Summer Friends" is at once wistful and light-hearted. The central lyrics are functional nonsense and the sonics are the plinking pianos of early Matt and Kim and the woozy backing vocals of Dirty Projectors. But there is something undeniably fun about the jittery rhythms (an indie rock Delorean?) and happily disorganized song structure. The song's most emphatic edict is its last one, a yelled, "So go!" before the lights go out and we're left with nothing.

Listen :: Junk Culture - "Summer Friends"

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