A new species of indie-pop
Within Me a Lunatic Sings” plays like a Pinterest board of ‘00s indie rock greatest hits: Stars, Sigur Ros, and Freelance Whales are shot through the group’s sound, revealing themselves as the track transitions from jittery boy-girl keyboard pop into a dramatic piano and string section.
We had no idea what a beautiful voice Abigail has, and the combination of her vocals with Teddy’s on this track is truly special. We know you will enjoy it.
Cover songs can go one of two ways. Stargroves’ cover of Stars’ “What the Snowman Learned About Love” goes the good way. . . This engaging amalgamation of sound makes Stargoves’ version a true tour de force, and, in my opinion, on par with the original . . . If this cover is any indication, this a band you are going to be hearing a lot more about. The music is skilled, passionate, and exciting. . . Watson’s voice is smooth, lullaby-esque, and pleasant to listen to. The talent just effuses from the video. A skillful cover, and a great indication of things to come for a band I am now quite excited to follow!
Very modern Postal Service infused with a slice of Taylor Swift-esque guitar riffs… we are LOVING the complimenting tones of both Teddy and Abigail’s voices. Impressive first effort, you hot young thangs!
This is not just pop music; this is pop music that craves for you to listen, to suck it up, to become the music