Eternal Lips, as a moniker, may be a worryingly scant number of Scrabble letter exchanges away from Wayne Coyne’s increasingly narcissistic neo-psych folly, although an otic kiss from Grey Gersten is infinitely more desirous these days. And Dream Hesitation, featuring the outstandingly ethereal vocal resplendence of a certain Sharon Van Etten, proves a smooch worth savouring: beginning with lo-fi drum machine thumps, the duo’s finely synchronised vocal duality soon pays dividends as slippery guitars and cosmic samples then oh, so seductively intervene. “It won’t be long, before I meet you” croons Gersten in his best David Longstreth impression, and with a freshly-planted lipstick mark still besmirching your stupefied features, you’ll likely go extolling the virtues of this particular number to everyone held dear to you as we do Tramp to this very day.
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- The sort of track to keep your eyelids open long beyond closing time, stream @Clancymusic's racy Take It Slow: http://t.co/jt1VbtcB7y about 12 minutes ago from web
- Perhaps the most outré R&B track heard thus far this year, Cancer's arresting Same Color As Digital Photography: http://t.co/YOvxu4cYa8 about 44 minutes ago from web
- Now replete with an uncharacteristically sci-fi video, stream Cured of Youth from @TennisInc's #SmallSound EP: http://t.co/3lZOcdbNXC about 2 hours ago from web
- Pertaining to a seemingly irrepressible optimism, stream Hold On from Stockholm trio Wilderness: http://t.co/azQCQdpPHz Ta, @GramophoneRings about 3 hours ago from web