This Friday, Toronto trio Selfoss will be releasing a four-track EP, titled Time And Time Again, and today we have the privilege of streaming the effort in its entirety for you to enjoy a bit early.
Selfoss conjure up a slow-driving, rainy day pop vibe in the vein of the Radio Dept. with hints of elements akin to I Monster and Real Estate thrown in that all makes for a surprisingly dynamic delivery despite its inherently dreary nature. You can stream the EP in full below, where you’ll also find some insight to each of the four tracks from the band.
“After recording the one-off single, ‘Aurelia,’ we always wanted to release a full-length EP,” the band says. “[We] started preparing for ‘Time And Time Again’ during the early months of 2016. Initially, we had planned to record alomost a full-length album, but we decided to focus on quality rather than quantity. The tunes that made the cut are a collection of songs that have gone through major changes from the moment they were first played by the band. Each song is carefully crafted while paying extra attention to the lyrics and their connection to the sound,” they continue. “In the end, ‘Time And Time Again’ almost feels like a record that is telling a modern day tale of boredom and loneliness which is slowly transformed into a strong will to live and eternal happiness.”
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