8 Songs, 33 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Singer/songwriter YAY BLYNN delivers a haunting debut that recalls the lo-fi folk of early Iron & Wine and the ghostly mystique of Bon Iver. "I don't know hell any better than you," he pensively sighs on the rainy opening ballad "What the Hell." Such brooding observations are dressed in minimal guitar effects, creating a gray, woozy ambiance, especially when his gentle croons get soaked in pedal-steel guitar on "Sing Me Your Blues" and are spun into a twangy carnival-esque dream in "Slow Motion Disaster."

EDITORS’ NOTES

Singer/songwriter YAY BLYNN delivers a haunting debut that recalls the lo-fi folk of early Iron & Wine and the ghostly mystique of Bon Iver. "I don't know hell any better than you," he pensively sighs on the rainy opening ballad "What the Hell." Such brooding observations are dressed in minimal guitar effects, creating a gray, woozy ambiance, especially when his gentle croons get soaked in pedal-steel guitar on "Sing Me Your Blues" and are spun into a twangy carnival-esque dream in "Slow Motion Disaster."

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