Just the sound of letting it happen: Alternative dream pop by “Perfect Weather for Humans”

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“The existence of perfect weather for humans was first recognized by two after hours dreamers, South Grand schemers standing in a flood light glow. Impromptu pre-dawn therapy sessions for wayward sons. Soaking up small sips of character seeping from the bricks and into our soggy brains. Brimming with ambition that would vanish come dawn. But we recognized it. A momentary grasping of unearned equilibrium…..a glimmer of proof that some type of future clarity might exist. Maybe out west. Maybe a better intention. False starts, falling apart, and finally just the sound of letting it happen.”

The story of the creation of the alternative dreamy music of “Perfect Weather for Humans” sounds more like the discovery of a natural phenomenon then a creative process. Creating music can feel that way sometimes, especially good music.

About their self-titled debut album:

“This has been a work in progress for nearly two years, and we’re so excited to share it with the you.”

More music at our stream playlist and here


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