This music is introspective and immediately emotionally relatable, which is uncommon from an alternative progressive rock band. The tracks sound a bit sonically full, verging on shoe-gazy. The unclean vocal bits effectively emotionally compliment the clean bits and are used sparingly. The melodies are accessible, but there’s enough complexity in the counter melodies and rhythm to keep the songs interesting. catherineh.github.io/music/2016/04/29/stuff-i-bought-on-bandcamp-in-april
Favorite track: Ningyo.