The 'Dreaming Lucid' singer interlaces English and Spanish lyrics to tell highly personal stories of despair and escape.
Today we’re premiering the Liverpudlian bedroom pop artist’s new track “Highschool.”
It follows "1950," the new Brooklyn artist's breakout song which felt huge and tiny, all at once.
The brooding track is produced by ABRA's frequent collaborator Father.
A distinctly lo-fi, DIY sound has taken over SoundCloud and Bandcamp — and we’re loving it. We talk to emerging “bedroom pop” artists like Clairo and Gus Dapperton about learning to produce on YouTube and making music videos on Photo Booth.
Labels Orchid Tapes and Art Is Hard have teamed up to bring you a premium slice of lo-fi pop that will break you in the best way.
This French chap—a sensitive solo star on the rise—gets multiplied, twisted, and split in the video for a song that's both soothing and spectral.
'Beach Music' drops today.
The 18-year-old sings atmospheric bedroom pop in his deep, melancholic drawl.
The track is from his upcoming record, Apartments, and its twisting lead guitar and songwriting nods to Walkmen-inspired 00s rock.
This Bogotá-born Brooklyn-based singer is a truly formidable talent.