Cosmic Americana debut from Champaign-Urbana duo on Parasol's Mud Records imprint. Songwriter Jacob Fleischli's overcast Dylan-esque vocals ride the swells of gracefully strummed acoustic guitars, a nearly religious lap steel, provoking psychedelic electric guitar flourishes, a spectral casio, folky mandolin and eerie fiddle, haunting harmonies and drummer Rebecca Rury's rolling tom-toms, sizzling cymbals and tambourines.
Drawling, poetic pop songs that waltz amidst luscious early-4AD atmospherics and a goosebump-inducing New Zealand-ish droning. Like the cover art suggests, there's a bit of "rural cathedral" (a genre I may have just invented) in the sounds you find on 'Sunday Night'. These are the dark, mystical tales of addiction, of loves lost and won, of death and the path towards it.