10 Songs, 32 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“I was told to leave this place behind,” Jessica Maros coos in her warm, sultry voice after a blazing trumpet heralds the album’s opener. The Nashville duo then take a languid journey through the Southwest, weaving spaghetti western whimsy and '70s country dust into their own dramatic indie rock. Mazzy Star's influence shines on psych-tinged "Heart Is Black" and the twangy "Leaving Brooklyn," while desert-rock licks sizzle across "Idiot." By the LP's end, that horn is still blowing and Escondido are still running—harmonizing their way to "a place where everything will be alright."

EDITORS’ NOTES

“I was told to leave this place behind,” Jessica Maros coos in her warm, sultry voice after a blazing trumpet heralds the album’s opener. The Nashville duo then take a languid journey through the Southwest, weaving spaghetti western whimsy and '70s country dust into their own dramatic indie rock. Mazzy Star's influence shines on psych-tinged "Heart Is Black" and the twangy "Leaving Brooklyn," while desert-rock licks sizzle across "Idiot." By the LP's end, that horn is still blowing and Escondido are still running—harmonizing their way to "a place where everything will be alright."

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