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Don’t be fooled by Sylvan Esso’s twee sound. The duo’s cheerful, cheeky brand of folk-pop is surprisingly complex, with lyrics that point to a more cynical view of the world. What Now weaves between anxious happiness (“Just Dancing”) and lighthearted sadness (“Slack Jaw”), with most songs floating somewhere in the middle (“Kick Jump Twist” uses synths to toggle between moods). “Radio,” a magnificently meta takedown of cookie-cutter FM radio, is so layered that it borders on parody. Listen to Amelia Meath spit truth in perky, chirpy couplets: “Singin' I've got the moves of a TV queen/Folk girl hero in a magazine/Faking the truth in a new pop song/Don't you wanna sing along?”

Customer Reviews

Lives up to their first album 10/10

I was worried they wouldn't live up to the greatness of their first album but they seem to be surpassing it. ❤❤❤

Can't wait for these songs to come alive on tour!!!

Great work! Love your creative energy. You two really have the "special sauce".

Amazing

One of the best albums of 2017.

Biography

Formed: Durham, NC

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

A collaboration between singer/songwriter Amelia Meath of the Appalachian indie folk trio Mountain Man and electronic producer Nick Sanborn, who performs under the moniker Made of Oak and plays bass with rootsy psych-rockers Megafaun, Durham, North Carolina's Sylvan Esso craft evocative, yet elusive electro folk-pop confections that encompass the best parts of both artists. Formed in 2013, a year after Sanborn presented Meath with a particularly affecting remix of the Meath-penned Mountain Man song...
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What Now, Sylvan Esso
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: Apr 28, 2017
  • Parental Advisory

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