Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Photocomfort - "Rose Colored Glasses"

The upcoming EP from Photocomfort was recorded in a cabin on Lake Winnepesaukee, a place I spent an insane amount of time as a child. I couldn't help but check out the music, and fully expected some acoustic/rootsy tracks since it was recorded in a cabin in New Hampshire. I don't think I could have been more wrong. The first single from the EP, "Rose Colored Glasses," is more along the lines of electronic tinged late 90's singer/songwriter fare. It's being compared to Alanis Morrissette and Dido, but I'm hearing a lot more of From the Choirgirl Hotel era Tori Amos. There is just too much dissonance and uncomfortable feelings in the beauty of the song to not make that connection for me. 

You can listen to "Rose Colored Glasses" below. Photocomfort's new EP, Understudy, will be available in the spring. For more on Photocomfort, check out their (her?) website.

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