Welsh group Kidsmoke have a drifting indie pop sound - redolent of Beach Fossils, Wild Nothing, or even aspects of the Pavement catalogue - given a fresh spin.
Managing to garner a cheeky spot in Netflix series Black Mirror, the band's songwriting is both bracingly melodic and deeply intelligent, with a poetic lyrical flair.
New single 'Sister Sadness' turns melancholy into something beautiful, and it feels like a note of comfort or a gentle hand on the shoulder.
Produced by Russ Hayes, it's a wonderfully natural return, the chiming guitars interlocking with those hazy, watery vocals.
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