If possible, it's important to begin listening to this song with your eyes closed. Instead, let the graceful, piercing soprano of Lira Mondal guide you through a track that moves at a peaceful pace, the sounds of guitar and drums just brushing past, their presence understated until the conclusion. It's then they take on warped, echoing effects, and Mondal fades away. There's a playful mysteriousness about this track, bringing to mind the music of Vashti Bunyan. "Division" is the auditory equivalent of squeezing your eyes shut, laying back in the grass and watching clouds pass by. Essentially, it's perfect. Their Joy Void record is out 9/15.
The Grey Estates