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Sam Kogon's New Song Will Make You Forget It's Cold and Gross Outside

"Plans" is a nice and honest pop song—it'll thaw your frigid winter bones a bit.

Charlie Ambler

Charlie Ambler

Summer is a good time to be corny and lame—you can frolic around, wear stupid shorts, and do things that require the sort of positive energy that winter later converts to frigid shittiness. Summer is a time for simple, goofy music, and sometimes winter gets so dreary and awful that you need some goofy tunes to remind you of warmer days.

That's where Sam Kogon's new single from Seagreen Records comes in. The song is equal parts "Mac Demarco Teen Coolness" and "Stuff Your Dad Would Probably Like," two genres that are rising steadily right now, for better or for worse. This song, "Plans," is a nice and honest pop song—it'll thaw your frigid winter bones a bit.

Preorder a limited-edition 7-inch at Seagreen Records.