Eerie Summer – The Way I Don’t Understand Anything Anymore

Eerie Summer first flickered across my radar in the summer. This new album ‘The Way I Don’t Understand Anything Anymore’ which I picked up over on bandcamp is dreamy pop music. According to their bandcamp the page are from┬áSaint Petersburg, Russia and this is bright breezy indiepop with subtle hints of dream pop thrown into the mix , referencing the likes of┬álike Beach House, Veronica Falls or The Radio Dept at their most ‘pop’.

Only available on digital download as far as I can see – the album is full of hazy pop gems. Particular favourites being ‘Never Good Enough’ and the doomy spector tinged ‘Weird About You’ but there really isn’t a bad moment across the whole record. Highly recommended.


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