Brooklyn-based band Plastic Picnic share confessional new single, ‘September Second’.
Written by the band, it’s a kind of invigorating rock that invites breezy wavy synths and plays with pop sensibilities, all whilst being, ultimately, pretty heartbreaking.
The release comes ahead of their sophomore EP ‘Vistalite’ out tomorrow.
Crafted with the help of Sub Pop staple and producer Trevor Spencer (Father John Misty, Fleet Foxes), ‘Vistalite’ pays homage to Plastic Picnic’s origins in the Pacific Northwest.
Sounds like: Beauty Sleep, Yoke Lore