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The summer is drawing to a close, but before it ends, draw out your towels and set up for those final summer tans and sand party raves. Painted Palms in their EP ‘Canopy’ provides the perfect play station for this last summer scene. Yet another electronic experiment put into motion, the band Painted Palms fills our ears with the sound of lush low-fi, with enough chillwaves too fill an ocean of thoughts. The sound of surf crashing, the echos of [...]
Painted Palms debut ‘Canopy EP’ is very much like freezing water: a bit bland, but precisely what is needed on a blisteringly hot summer day. The five-song collection feels specifically crafted for trips to the beach, parties on the beach, and driving home from the beach to go enjoy some time relaxing around a pool. There is a song on here for any summer occasion, from discussing life at three in the morning (Great White) to aforementioned trips to the [...]