Album on Rotation Today—Antisocialites by Alvvays

From Pitchfork:

The musty ambience of Chad Van Gaalen’s production on their debut has turned bright and clear on Antisocialites, with O’Hanley co-producing alongside John Congleton, who’s overseen big-ticket indie albums from artists including Future Islands and St. Vincent. Alvvays can still kick up a piercing dream-pop din, but now it’s less muffled by reverb and digital distortion. The reference point here is less Archie” than another Alvvays single, Party Police,” with its mournful synths and weary entreaty, You don’t have to leave, you could just stay here with me.” Apparently, this person has left, but Alvvays’ endearing songcraft is intact.

Dreams Tonite and Lollipop are my go-tos, and Plimsoll Punks will stick with you, but the whole album is good.


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