There’s something jarring and hypnotising about listening to an album in winter which opens with a summery feel. That’s when you realise Jack River‘s sophomore album is called Endless Summer for a reason — she wrote it during the climate disasters of 2019 and beyond.
Despite the heavy undertones, the album has dream-like qualities, which could hypnotise you into thinking an endless summer with a soundtrack like this would be somewhere worth escaping to.
Stream: Jack River, Endless Summer
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