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Days

by Real Estate

Days by Real Estate

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Days

by Real Estate

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Label: Domino Recording Co
Real Estate's sophomore album begins with "Easy," an aptly titled opener given the breezy beach pop to follow. A listen to Days may leave you checking your shoes for remnants of coastal sand: Jangly Yo La Tengo-ish guitar is touched with reverb for optimal sun-dazed wooziness as frontman Martin Courtney maintains a positively wistful disposition. He craves the careless days of "floating on an inner tube in the sun" -- there's also a song called "Wonder Years" -- and even his hazy vocals sound trapped in a long-lost daydream. Reserve this for your next drive down the Pacific Coast Highway.

About This Album

Real Estate's sophomore album begins with "Easy," an aptly titled opener given the breezy beach pop to follow. A listen to Days may leave you checking your shoes for remnants of coastal sand: Jangly Yo La Tengo-ish guitar is touched with reverb for optimal sun-dazed wooziness as frontman Martin Courtney maintains a positively wistful disposition. He craves the careless days of "floating on an inner tube in the sun" -- there's also a song called "Wonder Years" -- and even his hazy vocals sound trapped in a long-lost daydream. Reserve this for your next drive down the Pacific Coast Highway.

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About This Album

Real Estate's sophomore album begins with "Easy," an aptly titled opener given the breezy beach pop to follow. A listen to Days may leave you checking your shoes for remnants of coastal sand: Jangly Yo La Tengo-ish guitar is touched with reverb for optimal sun-dazed wooziness as frontman Martin Courtney maintains a positively wistful disposition. He craves the careless days of "floating on an inner tube in the sun" -- there's also a song called "Wonder Years" -- and even his hazy vocals sound trapped in a long-lost daydream. Reserve this for your next drive down the Pacific Coast Highway.