10 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Los Angeles indie-pop trio Sir Sly prove themselves to be expert sonic shape-shifters on their sophomore album. Don't You Worry, Honey comprises meticulous music sculpted around diverse textures, including funky robo-grooves (the soulful, electro-driven "High"), buzzing, cloudy synths ("Fun"), and yearning R&B vocals ("Change"). Meanwhile, the hip-hop-influenced glitch-pop gem "Altar" becomes even more redemptive and uplifting as it goes on, thanks to the sudden appearance of a gospel choir.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Los Angeles indie-pop trio Sir Sly prove themselves to be expert sonic shape-shifters on their sophomore album. Don't You Worry, Honey comprises meticulous music sculpted around diverse textures, including funky robo-grooves (the soulful, electro-driven "High"), buzzing, cloudy synths ("Fun"), and yearning R&B vocals ("Change"). Meanwhile, the hip-hop-influenced glitch-pop gem "Altar" becomes even more redemptive and uplifting as it goes on, thanks to the sudden appearance of a gospel choir.

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