12 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Haunting, synth-soaked melancholy fills the Brooklyn group's third album. It’s familiar terrain for the band, but the execution of Otero War makes it their most elaborate and refined release to date. Singer Matthew Iwanusa floats though a fog of vintage keyboards and pizzicato strings on “The State of Mind,” as well as the glowing mid-tempo haze of “Believe.” When the tempos quicken, as on highlights like “On My Own” or “Lean on You,” Caveman packs a visceral punch.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Haunting, synth-soaked melancholy fills the Brooklyn group's third album. It’s familiar terrain for the band, but the execution of Otero War makes it their most elaborate and refined release to date. Singer Matthew Iwanusa floats though a fog of vintage keyboards and pizzicato strings on “The State of Mind,” as well as the glowing mid-tempo haze of “Believe.” When the tempos quicken, as on highlights like “On My Own” or “Lean on You,” Caveman packs a visceral punch.

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