The Brooklyn band headed by project lead Matthew Meade (founder of band Friend Roulette), comes at our audible senses with a rotating cast of players, core members, unobtrusive musical outputs, indie-pop assaults, and finger-dancing excitement with ‘Little Mystery’. It is the lead single from their upcoming LP ‘Love. Lies. Decay’ being released in April 27th.
The album seems to take heed from many different genres. The eight track offering the diversity in Spritzer, its experimental sensibilities and offensive attack on the same ol’/same ol’ boredom.
Let’s the ‘awkwardness’ and ‘cheesiness’ drape over you. It feels good.
‘Little Mystery’ is wholesome and really really good.
The song is set by the drums in the beginning and knocks you over with awe with the dreamy airiness.
Get the vapors. Just do it.
The band includes: Matt Meade, Ryan Weiner, Kyle Olson, Brian Betancourt, and Paul Hogan.
They’re rep’ed by Paper Garden Records.
Jean & Helene
Oh, Lord (I Want To Die) Intermission