The second single from London five-piece exlovers, Emily finds itself playing along two central strands. On one hand, there’s the wonderfully retro guitar lines, like something dredged out of the mid 90s, a tuneful harking back to hazy Britpop memories. And then there’s the interplay of hushed boy/girl vocals, a lo-fi murmur that floats around with an apt sense of spaced-out individualism. It all sort of revolves in that fey Dandy Warhols artfulness that comes on here, reborn for a new generation of disaffected youth – the music in the corners of the radio static, a lost gem for long afternoons.
Released: 2nd July.