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Haycorn ‘Good Times Are Killing Me’ : Grills you into new forms of dimensions and twinkling tapestries.

Haycorn

With a dash of Latin beats, slowed down to a graceful trickle, the combination of indie-rock vocals, and hip swirling sexiness, ‘Good Times Are Killing Me’ grills you into new forms of dimensions and twinkling tapestries.

Haycorn is Mélissa Charbonneau Bisier (Ophelia by The Creek) and Maicol Ospina Bedoya (Migrant Caravan) and the Montréal based two-piece is thrilled by soft synthesizers, smooth leads and powerful guitar solos that take the listener to dreamy places.

Ripe with allure and glazed in subverting nuance, ‘Good Time Are killing Me’ is a juxtaposition of a good and a bad, contained in the malice of self-worth and the un-restraint drips of malice.

Something you can’t be with, or without.

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