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Joining the ranks of singular guys who record under band names is Malmö, Sweden’s David Alexander, a.k.a. Summer Heart. His 2012 debut album, About a Feeling, plays more like an extended EP with a total of eight songs. But if you're one of those folks who prefers quality to quantity, this album delivers. “Rusty Scars” opens, with a sparkling effervescence of analog keyboard notes before beats drop like warm rain around Alexander’s androgynous cooing. By blending a Boards of Canada–like ambience with a cosmopolitan dream-pop vibe, the song takes life. “I Wanna Go” follows, pulsing seductively like an MGMT demo with its wooly, lo-fi warmth. This time Alexander dons a Daft Punk helmet, singing through Vocoder-sounding effects that contrast nicely with the shimmering jangle of an old Rickenbacker. Through the murky haze of delay and reverb, “I Wanted You to Stay on the Other Side” plays like a post-shoegaze underwater love song from a merman to a mortal woman. “Say Goodbye” closes with dusty beats and undulating melodies.

Customer Reviews

havent had a favorite album in a while

This album is great, found it while surfing the web, absolutely great album. Def be one of my soundtracks for the summer of 2012, thank you.

Chill and dreamy

This album has a very warm texture to it with ambient tracks like "Rusty Scars" and "I Wanna Go" that bring a dreamy feel vibe to your ears. All in all, it's a good chill out album and if you like M83, you should give "About a Feeling" a listen.


I love it very chill and dreamy this will defiantly be on my sumer playlist

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