Birdie Triple Echo

Cut to the chase: this is excellent female-lead, keyboard-based pop, with horns and flute being invited out to play quite often. Meanwhile, the rest of the rhythm section capably acts as the wheels and platform to the melodic float. Healthy doses of Lali Puna and Sterolab garner much appeal, just as their last album, Some Dust (on Kindercore), did. The should've been the single "Sidewalk" is an absolutely danceable tune that is precariously juxtaposed against the urgent subject matter. They aren't infallible though, as the languid "Blue Eyed Son" isn't even worth burning. Otherwise, it's a ripe album, making your player double as a juicer. To health and happiness. (It)