12 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Indie pop should hit like a rush of summer warmth, and Talking Dreams—the debut album from LA sibling quartet Echosmith—radiates from the get-go. Bask in the sunny strumming of “Nothing’s Wrong,” free-fall to the racing bassline on “Let’s Love,” or slow your roll for a stripped-down, acoustic moment on “Bright,” where those swirling synths and beaming guitars pull back to reveal frontwoman Sydney Sierota’s voice at its sweetest. This is exuberant, youthful pop—built to keep shining, whatever the weather.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Indie pop should hit like a rush of summer warmth, and Talking Dreams—the debut album from LA sibling quartet Echosmith—radiates from the get-go. Bask in the sunny strumming of “Nothing’s Wrong,” free-fall to the racing bassline on “Let’s Love,” or slow your roll for a stripped-down, acoustic moment on “Bright,” where those swirling synths and beaming guitars pull back to reveal frontwoman Sydney Sierota’s voice at its sweetest. This is exuberant, youthful pop—built to keep shining, whatever the weather.

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