12 Songs, 53 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Felix Weatherall’s gorgeous debut as Ross from Friends showcases the influence of his musically inclined, rave-obsessed parents, who met on a European bus trip in 1990. Growing up experimenting with his father’s DIY sound systems and analog tapes inspired the hazy blend of lo-fi production and nostalgic house textures Weatherall realizes here. The whole thing flows beautifully: Beneath powdery drum beats and jangling bells on “Wear Me Down” there’s a serenity that glides into the meditative melody of “Family Portrait” and swells joyously before climaxing with free-spirited dance anthem “Pale Blue Dot.”

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Felix Weatherall’s gorgeous debut as Ross from Friends showcases the influence of his musically inclined, rave-obsessed parents, who met on a European bus trip in 1990. Growing up experimenting with his father’s DIY sound systems and analog tapes inspired the hazy blend of lo-fi production and nostalgic house textures Weatherall realizes here. The whole thing flows beautifully: Beneath powdery drum beats and jangling bells on “Wear Me Down” there’s a serenity that glides into the meditative melody of “Family Portrait” and swells joyously before climaxing with free-spirited dance anthem “Pale Blue Dot.”

Mastered for iTunes
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