New music from rustic dream-pop Minneapolis expats Web of Sunsets, out now on expat label Moon Glyph (WHY DOES EVERYONE LEAVE US?!?!)
It’s been overcast and rainy here in the Twin Cities the last few days, so perfect weather for the dreamy, wistful folk of Web of Sunsets. The group, who were created out of the ashes of a bunch of beloved local bands a few years back before moving to the more fertile grounds of some other city, dropped a surprise CS earlier this week on the outstanding (and also formerly local) Moon Glyph records. Nine songs of gentle melodies, puddles of reverb and brittle atmosphere. Below you can lose yourself in two songs from the tape as you look out the window at the rain, wondering why everyone leaves. Buy the tape straight from MG HERE.
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