Isolate the bass movements, circulate the notes with Claire de Lune’s vocals, to us, make the song and ‘feel’ gratifyingly sugar-pop, in an indie-rock-way. Confused?
Well, don’t be.
At CHF, we aim to confuse, for describing feelings when listening to some fab music, is sometimes difficult. But with Tiny Deaths’ ambiance and assembly for building musical ladders in their songs, mean guilt-free-by-association enjoyment.
“The Gardener” is clean, crisp in texture, and it doesn’t rake you with sugar residue. It’s just on the presipice of pure-pop, but just steps aside from it to still be considered indie (well in our eyes, anyways).
And we like that ‘push-pull’. Sounds like some of our personal relationships we’ve had.