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Eighty Ninety ‘Happier’ : “Wanting to hold on for just a little bit longer.”

'Happier'

Eighty Ninety — the musical project of brothers Abner (vocals, production) and Harper (guitar, production) James — offers their track, ‘Happier’.

“There are so many people we love and miss that we can’t be with, and a lot of late night calls to try and bridge that distance.”

Remaining true to the duo’s signature breezy indie-pop sound, ‘Happier’ is guided by Harper’s gentle melodious guitar, laying a beautiful foundation for Abner’s ethereal vocals and harmonies.

‘Happier’ is about wanting to hold on for just a little bit longer,” said the duo. “We all want the best for the people we love. Sometimes, that means letting each other go.”

The Brooklyn-based duo’s songs fuse intimate storytelling, sticky melodies, and minimalist pop productions built on acoustic instruments and electronic sounds in a style they call “808s and telecasters” — a shorthand for both their music and their anything-goes mentality in the studio.

“We let the emotional arc of the song, rather than any set of genre conventions, lead us to instruments and sounds,” the brothers say of their process.

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