Springtime Carnivore’s self-titled debut is an album that illuminates the essence of a mellow high Sunday afternoon. Each and every track features a melodic mix of psychedelia and upbeat pop elements driven behind the soft, yet distinctive voice of Greta Morgan. With Richard Swift (The Black Keys, The Shins, Foxygen), co-producing tracks 4, 10, and 11, the album only gains more credibility of its creative and authentic sound.
Aside from the three beautiful tracks co-produced by Swift, the leading single “Name On a Matchbox” launches the album into the sky. The track synthesizes everything from heartfelt lyrics to antique keyboards and blown-out drums to create four minutes of pure bliss. The pop infused tracks “Sun Went Black” and “Collectors” bring on the rhythms with vocals dripping of reverb and technicolor. The album wouldn’t be complete without a low-key ballad. “Other Side of the Boundary” slows the album down showing a softer, more vulnerable side.
Picking right back up with “Creature Feature”, this uptempo love song. “You never ever make me beg / I never have to ask / Your love is the deepest well / I’m always coming back.” Springtime Carnivore goes on to conclude their debut album with the track “Last One to Know” which sums up the album in its entirety. Having written all the songs and produced all but three tracks, Springtime Carnivore put everything they had into creating an album that portrays perfectly who they are as a band.
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