Jillian Ran, assistant arts editor and MCAS ’22, queues up romantic songs to make out to in this week’s iEdit.
Father John Misty pines for sounds of a forgotten era in “Pure Comedy,” Real Estate chills out and relaxes in “Darling,” and Ray Davies crafts a song about classic Americana in “Poetry.”
The second day of Boston Calling featured indie sensation Father John Misty, Scottish synth band CHVRCHES, and closed with British rock band alt-j.
Southern bluegrass don’t have much in common with the party rockings of Walk the Moon or Scottish synthesizers CHVRCHES. And that’s all right.
‘Honeybear’ is the rare album with honest, bitter, true love songs.