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Indian Summer

by Monica Lionheart

Indian Summer by Monica Lionheart

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Indian Summer

by Monica Lionheart

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Label: Nacional Records
Monica Lionheart couldn't have picked a more evocative title for her solo debut. Everything on Indian Summer sounds as if it were basking in the golden, stolen sunlight of a late afternoon during summer's last gasp. Much of that vibe comes from the fact that the Pacha Massive singer's vocals were cut with a fuzzier, more cottony effect than the slightly crisper electro-acoustic beats. But Lionheart also chooses a wide range of lazy, hazy styles to steep each track in: "Air and Sea" sleepily nods to alt-country, "Relampago" gets trip-hoppy and the epically gorgeous "Sombras" is a wee bit bossa.

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Monica Lionheart couldn't have picked a more evocative title for her solo debut. Everything on Indian Summer sounds as if it were basking in the golden, stolen sunlight of a late afternoon during summer's last gasp. Much of that vibe comes from the fact that the Pacha Massive singer's vocals were cut with a fuzzier, more cottony effect than the slightly crisper electro-acoustic beats. But Lionheart also chooses a wide range of lazy, hazy styles to steep each track in: "Air and Sea" sleepily nods to alt-country, "Relampago" gets trip-hoppy and the epically gorgeous "Sombras" is a wee bit bossa.

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About This Album

Monica Lionheart couldn't have picked a more evocative title for her solo debut. Everything on Indian Summer sounds as if it were basking in the golden, stolen sunlight of a late afternoon during summer's last gasp. Much of that vibe comes from the fact that the Pacha Massive singer's vocals were cut with a fuzzier, more cottony effect than the slightly crisper electro-acoustic beats. But Lionheart also chooses a wide range of lazy, hazy styles to steep each track in: "Air and Sea" sleepily nods to alt-country, "Relampago" gets trip-hoppy and the epically gorgeous "Sombras" is a wee bit bossa.