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Single Review: Sunset – Caroline Polachek

For fans of Caroline Polachek’s glossy, cutting-edge synth-pop, ‘Sunset’ is surprisingly down-to-earth. The American artist’s latest release, a collaboration with Irish-Scottish producer Sega Bodega which first debuted in a live performance last year, is short, sweet, and relatively simple, swapping shining electronics for sultry, tingling guitar and the blazing colours of a summer evening.

‘Sunset’ is out now

Text by: Zoë White

Picture by: Aidan Zamiri

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